This story is taken from Financial Express (source).

The author, Mike Hollad says—”Investing in commercial real estate has been inaccessible to retail investors due to high-ticket prices, illiquid long-term investments, and difficulties in administering and managing significant assets.”

“With the introduction of REITs in the past couple of years, a more stable way to invest in Indian commercial real estate has emerged. REITs allow investors to invest in small lot sizes with a tax-efficient structure, allowing the common man to invest and profit from the commercial real estate sector.”

No wonder we see this rise and a renewed interest in the commercial real estate even in housing societies projects in Mohali Airport Road, and Zirakpur areas in the Chandigarh region.

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