SEBI Issues Regulations for SM REITs in Fractional Ownership Industry


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    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has recently taken a significant step in the realm of fractional ownership by amending the REIT Regulations of 2014. These amendments introduce comprehensive guidelines tailored specifically for Small and Medium Real Estate Investment Trusts (SM REITs), aiming to bring greater regulation and structure to the burgeoning fractional ownership sector.

    This development is poised to have a profound and positive impact on the fractional ownership landscape, especially as demand for co-ownership properties continues to surge across the country. Mr. Shravan Gupta, Founder and CEO of YOURS, a platform specializing in fractional ownership of luxury second homes, lauded the move, highlighting its potential to instill clarity and transparency in the industry. By providing a clear regulatory framework, the amendments are expected to instill confidence among investors and property owners, thereby fostering increased participation in fractional ownership ventures.

    Mr. Piyush Gupta, Managing Director of Capital Markets & Investment Services at Colliers India, emphasized the significance of SEBI’s decision, noting that the awaited regulations for SM REITs will significantly enhance liquidity for office-yielding assets. This, in turn, opens up a myriad of opportunities for both retail and institutional investors to explore investments in real estate. Despite the introduction of certain minimum size and holding requirements, SEBI’s approach ensures that entry barriers for new fund managers remain manageable, while also implementing crucial checks and balances to safeguard the integrity of the sector.

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