Starting work soon n want to invest ~$20k in REITs now. For long-term, should I buy REITs ETF to store in CDP or just put all in Syfe to get lower pa fees? I'm also planning to DCA $500/mth in Syfe REITS+? Any advice? - Seedly
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Asked on 18 Jun 2020

Starting work soon n want to invest ~$20k in REITs now. For long-term, should I buy REITs ETF to store in CDP or just put all in Syfe to get lower pa fees? I'm also planning to DCA $500/mth in Syfe REITS+? Any advice?

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Eliezer
Eliezer, Content & Community Lead at Syfe
Level 6. Master
Answered on 22 Jun 2020

Hello there! The Syfe REIT portfolio is not a REIT ETF portfolio. Instead, your funds are invested in all the individual REITs held by the portfolio. So you are right when you say Syfe provides lower fees p.a. overall. If you are planning to invest for the long-term, and are comfortable with taking on higher risk investments, our 100% REIT portfolio may be a good option to consider.

You can DCA to that portfolio each month to accumulate your REIT assets without incurring any brokerage and transaction fees. If you buy individual REIT counters or even a REIT ETF, each buy/sell transaction comes with a brokerage charge.

If you want further advice on the best way to invest a lump-sum right now, do consider speaking with our investment advisors too! They'll be able to provide more tailored recommendations - https://www.syfe.com/financial-advisors

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Answered on 19 Jun 2020

Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF

bought with a cheap

SG online broker

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