Singapore REITs are governed by Singapore's Code on Collective Investment Schemes
The security type is regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
The first REIT to list in Singapore is CapitaLand Mall Trust (CMT), and it was listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) in 2002.
Unlike REITs in most jurisdictions, REITs in Singapore are externally managed rather than internally managed.
REITs in Singapore are currently subject to a leverage limit of 45%.
This limit seeks to ensure that REITs do not overextend themselves by pursuing highly geared property acquisitions.
REITs in Singapore must have at least 75% of its deposited property in income-producing real estate.
The REIT market in Singapore is the largest in the Asia-Pacific region, outside Japan.
These are generally classified by the primary type of spaces it leases out, including industrial, healthcare, office, retail, and hospitality.
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Presented below is the current list of REITs in Singapore, and the metrics that are commonly used to evaluate these securities.
These metrics for each REIT is updated as and when data from the latest financial results are available.
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All prices are in SGD, unless otherwise stated. Unit prices are not live, and may lag last done prices on the bourse. As such, please check with the Singapore Exchange to verify the most current prices.
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We do our best to keep this chart up to date and correct, and are in constant contact with the respective REITs and trusts to ensure that it is.
However, we make no warranties about the accuracy nor reliability of the information. And users are strongly advised to verify the information with the Singapore Exchange, and with the respective REITs or trusts.