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  • 27-11-2021 1:36pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 12,701 ✭✭✭✭ Mad_maxx


    Ive come across an interesting office investment property in Dublin , well known area in Rathfarnham , its a modest sized office but the tenant appears solid , yield would be circa 8% based on asking price , Ive a dividend yield of 4.5% from my Hibernia REIT investment and Hibernia holds assets with tenants like Twitter in central dublin

    suppose on one hand I like the idea of a direct commercial property ( already own one in the mid west since 2016 with a 10% yield ) but on the other , offices do get vacated and end up empty for extended periods of time

    suppose the question is whether 4.5% with a commercial REIT is superior to 8% with a single office owned direct ?



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