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Yield Asset Real Estate Tech is a Bengaluru-based startup established in June 2020 by real estate and asset management expert Rajesh Binner, and fintech entrepreneur Riaz Maniyar. It is a prop-tech platform that enables fractional ownership of commercial spaces, with an aim to disrupt the monopoly of ultra HNIs
Investors who have bet their money on residential real estate are a disappointed lot today. The rental yield of 2-3 percent fails to combat inflation and capital appreciation has been poor over the past six-seven years. Meanwhile, large private-equity players have been acquiring the commercial real estate portfolios of Indian developers, a pointer to their bullishness on this asset class. If you, too, have wanted exposure to a grade A commercial property, you can do so now by investing through a fractional ownership platform.
If you are vexed with the low yield and lack of capital appreciation on your investment in residential real estate, consider investing in commercial property. Nowadays, with many platforms offering fractional ownership, you can invest in a grade A property, which only high net worth individuals had access to earlier.
Indians for long have invested their household savings in Gold and Real estate. You can’t but agree more with Theodore Roosevelt: “Every person who invests in well-selected real estate in a growing section of a prosperous community adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.” But Real Estate investment for many urban households today is restricted to small plot of lands or apartments. Residential apartment investments have not yielded well compared to investment in Grade A office buildings due to lower rentals in comparison to the commercial assets.
Fractional investment, a recent trend that has gained acceptance in the real estate industry, is a new, safe and feasible way to pocket-friendly investment in office real estate.
Indians for long have invested their household savings in gold and real estate. You can’t but agree more with Theodore Roosevelt: “Every person who invests in well-selected real estate in a growing section of a prosperous community adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.”
NEW DELHI: Finance ministry Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2021 today. Some of the key measures announced by the finance minister include the imposition of agriculture infrastructure and development cess on 2.5/litre on petrol, Rs 4 on diesel, increasing the FDI cap in insurance sector to 74% from the earlier 49% and the creation of an Asset reconstruction company to help
Real estate players said on Monday the Union Budget 2021 contains several measures to strengthen infrastructure and attract investments for kickstarting the economy amid Covid-19 pandemic.
The Indian commercial real estate has always been a preferred asset class for investors owing to its robust fundamentals and resilience. As per a recent report, the segment has attracted equity investments to the tune of USD 15.4 billion since 2011. Having witnessed a record leasing of 42 million sq ft in 2019, commercial real estate is likely to remain the preferred choice of investors in 2021. However, certain important issues require government intervention to continue with the growth momentum.