These three REITs are pushing on with their expansion plans amid a global recovery.
Healthcare is a resilient industry that has weathered the pandemic well. Here are two stocks that you can consider for your investment watchlist.
Here’s what to look out for in order to select a REIT that will pay you dividends for life.
Here are three well-managed REITs that pay you a dividend yield that’s higher than your CPF Ordinary Account.
Investors in these three REITs should rejoice as all of them have announced acquisitions that will bump up their DPU.
We look at both industrial REITs to suss out which makes a better buy.
Investors who are scouting around for overseas real estate to own can consider adding these three REITs to their watchlist.
The industrial REIT is growing from strength to strength as it announces yet another acquisition.
As Singapore tightens its COVID-19 measures to tackle a rise in infections, we single out five REITs that should remain unaffected.
We continue to highlight REITs that have managed to raise their year on year DPU.
Singapore’s oldest industrial REIT powers on with yet another acquisition.
REITs are popular with investors looking for income because of their steady, dependable dividends. However, not all REITs are built…
This commercial REIT looks set to benefit from the economic recovery.
Here are five REITs that reported a jump in their year on year distributions.
We conclude our three-part series on REITs by describing ways they can grow and the risks associated with them.
Here are three businesses that will provide a great mix of growth and dividends.
Singapore’s largest bank is cutting back on its office space requirements. Should unitholders in commercial REITs get worried?
We continue with Part 2 of our REITs guide by looking at the types of REITs available and important metrics to watch out for.
With a general run-up in the prices of REITs, should investors still consider them a viable investment option?
REITs have a proven track record of being dependable sources for dividends over the long term.