Commercial Real Estate(CRE), Lease Finance vs. Other Assets

Rs. 1 Lac investment at the end of 3 year becomes:

Type of Assets IRR Repayment Total Payment
Commercial Real Estate 20% Monthly 1,41,175
Lease Finance 20% Monthly 1,36,314
Fixed Deposit 5.5% Quarterly/Annually 1,17,424
A+ Corporate Bond 9.2% Bi-Annually 1,27,000
NIFTY 50 13.5% End-of-Life 1,46,213

Commercial Real Estate (CRE)

Fractional Ownership in Verified Commercial and Industrial Properties

Pre-Fixed Returns

No market fluctuation, fixed return agreed with tenant, No market fluctuation, fixed return agreed

High Yield

8-10% rental yield with targeted IRR of 16-18% over 5 years


Mitigate risk by diversifyng investments across multiple properties

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Rental yields

CRE vs. Other Asset Classes

Lease Finance

Finance Assets and Inventories of Large Private Companies

Predictable Returns

Pre-agreed, fixed and non-market linked monthly payments agreed with lessee


Upfront security deposit with ability to recover, re-lease and sell assets

Tax Benefit

Financing structured to reduce effective tax rate for lessor

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Lease Agreement

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Pre-IPO Investments

Mutual Funds

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fractional ownership in real estate is a term used to describe when a number of investors join together to invest in a real estate asset so that all of them can benefit from a share of the income that the asset generates, and any appreciation in the value of the property.

Yes. NRI investors can only invest through an NRO / NRE Account or from a normal savings bank account in India, however, your interest distributions and sale proceeds will be credited to your NRO account from where you can transfer it to your NRE account. Please speak to SBNRI Expert for a detailed understanding.

Note: Transfer of foreign currency by NRIs is regulated by extant RBI and FEMA guidelines. Please reach out to us for more information on the same.

For each investment to purchase and lease an asset, a Specific Purpose Vehicle (SPV) in the form of a Limited Liability Partnership is created in which investors contribute their funds. As an investor, you will become a Partner to this LLP and represent your investment. Your partnership stake in the LLP will represent the amount of investment made by you. Partner assumes responsibility for oversight, reporting, and management of this SPV on behalf of the investors.

The cost associated with managing this SPV is already covered in the partner's fee.

Yes, it is. However, at this point, we would only be able to receive investment amounts from NRO accounts and not NRE accounts. This is because of the different compliance obligations from RBI. In the future, we will be able to receive investments from either account. For more info, connect with SBNRI Expert.

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