A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Asian property stocks retain their allure, despite the coronavirus pandemic

  • In Asia, an increasingly diverse and liquid property market allows equity investors to bet on different trends that have emerged during the pandemic
  • The post-Covid-19 challenge for investors in countries with mature Reit regimes is making the right bet on the right property sector at the right time

A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
A view of the central business district in Singapore on May 24, 2018. Real estate investment trusts have produced some of the most attractive yields during the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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