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Consistency of dividends paid out over the years, any funky management decisions (case in point, OUE). As to when is a good time to buy, look at the spread between nav and current price. Find a entry point when the spread is around its lowest. Hope this helps.

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I think you are referring to how often you will get a payout? Usually quarterly, although some do pay semi annually. Payouts are usually credited directly to the bank if you have direct crediting with CDP. Instead of rushing into investments first, take time to study and consider your options. There are many asset classes out there, and you must also pay attention to the cons of each asset class, not just the pros. Only then can you judge which asset class is suitable. We all love a portfolio that grows, but when the storm comes, will you be able to weather it? Speak to an advisor if you must, for a good one can help distill the right information for you to make a choice. All the best!

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Justin Kieran Ong
Justin Kieran Ong

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Answered 1w ago
Just today, StashAway has a new Singapore portfolio. It has REITs now.

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After 10 years, do you definitely need the money back, or are you ok to hold a little longer? We do not know if the markets will be up or down 10 years from now and you could potentially be looking at profits 9 years from now, but a loss in 10 years time. If you definitely need the money back, you may consider either SSB or a short term endowment plan. If you are okay to hold, then any other variable asset class should work for you, i.e. equities, REITs, UT, ETF.

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REITs can trade below PB for a number of reasons such as cyclical industry, poor management, bad future outlook, economic conditions etc. Ascott is part of the hospitality industry. Perhaps, the tourism industry is experiencing a downturn. Generally, the hospitality industry is a cyclical industry because there are periods of high tourism and low tourism numbers.

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I think the main fees to look out for are the commissions. All local brokerages should work fine for REITs as they have access to SG markets. If your brokerage account is linked to CDP and your bank account, dividends will automatically appear in your bank account when its paid out.

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To buy REITs or any other counter listed on SGX, you will need to go through a broker like DBS Vickers. The shares will be deposited in your CDP provided your account with the broker is a non-custodian one.

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Samuel Yip

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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 16 Aug 2019
Hi. You can start investing in REITs by opening up a local CDP account and a brokerage account. Step 1: Open a CDP account. To open a CDP account, you need to have a bank account with one of the following banks in Singapore – Citibank, DBS/POSB, HSBC, Maybank, OCBC, Standard Chartered Bank and UOB. ... Step 2: Choose a brokerage and open a brokerage account. I use CGS CIMB and DBS Vickers myself. Hope this helps!

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Check with CDP. Is it really in your account? Check transaction history. Was it executed? Or is it rejected? Or a pending good till date order? If you did not pay they would have forced sold the shares for you.

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Harvey Tan
Harvey Tan

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Level 5. Genius
Answered on 13 Aug 2019
If you want a hands-off approach towards investing, you may want to consider robo-advisor
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