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PropsAMC launches Fractional Ownership Real Estate Investment Platform

New Delhi, November 25, 2022: PropsAMC, the asset management services and data intelligence arm of Square Yards, on Friday launched its maiden fractional ownership real estate investment platform backed by proprietary data & analytical capabilities, offering an 7-9% annual entry yield plus property appreciation targeting a total of 14-15% XIRR on capital invested over a span of 3-6 years. 

“Real Estate as an asset class always had the inherent qualities to be owned in fraction. Rental, project financing and early buying can all be held on fraction, provided the underlying asset is fully title secured, rightly valued, and managed by professionals. This can be the biggest alternative investment for investors who like to hedge against pure equity or other debt investments. With fractional ownership, middle-class Indians can now own multiple investable properties with minimum or no development risks and make them a financial instrument to trade in the future,” said Anand Moorthy, Co-Founder & CBO, Asset Management Services and Data Intelligence, Square Yards

“India’s commercial real estate market has for long been dominated by high net-worth individuals and institutions. Fractional investing aims to break this status quo by making commercial property or “income-generating” investing affordable for the average Indian. With Square Yards’ fractional ownership real estate investment program, investors can build a diversified portfolio at a lower acquisition cost. With rental yields of 7-9% per annum, enhancement of yield by rent appreciation of 4-5 percent and finally the capital appreciation of 5-8% every three years, fractional investment is the reigning instrument of good faith at present to perform at 14-18% per annum,” said Tanuj Shori, Founder and CEO, Square Yards.

A press release issued by the company says that, every fractional investment option is pre-vetted thoroughly, thus diluting the risk quantum and safeguarding investor monies, and helping the average salary-earning Indian to participate in investments that were once accessible only for HNIs, corporates and institutions.