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Dividend & Rental Income Approach for Investor

Dividend & Rental Income Approach for Investor

Food for thought for Priority Investor – Dividend and Rental Income  approach

After 2008 global turmoil, there has been a debate on earning from dividend yield stocks and earning from rental property (Residential and as well as commercial).  Both of them scored high on various parameters such as principal of an investment, cash flow benefits & risk profiling. It’s a superior vehicle for building wealth for the investor. Though the yardstick for analyzing dividend paying stocks and rental property asset may be different for our priority customer, but both of them certainly can match cash flow requirement and ability to provide the higher return in alternate asset class.

Analysing Dividend yield and Rental Income comparison

Parameter Dividend Yield Rental Income
Investment vehicle Blue Chip Stocks Generally Commercial  property
Liquidity High Low
Exit Barrier No Yes
Capital Appreciation Yes No
Legal & compliance Risk No Yes
Leverage on Collateral Yes, market accepted Yes, (banks)
Assured No Yes
Stability  of earning Low Higher
Capital Guarantee Low Medium
Biggest Risk Corporate Governance, one should diversify Legal Risk

Few through –

  • While rental property owners can usually steady rental income but they have to be very careful of managing it.
  • Dividend usually is free in the hands of investor
  • Stocks offer more diversification over rental asset.
  • Stocks score very high on liquidity

Yield Analysis

Company Asset Class Specification CMP Inflow Yield
Man Group Equity _ FTSE Stocks




AVIVA Equity _ FTSE Stocks




RSA Insurance Equity _ FTSE Stocks




ICAP Equity _ FTSE Stocks




Astrazenca Equity _ FTSE Stocks




NY upper Manhattan Real Estate _ Resi 175 sq. m.




London Price central Real Estate- Resi 175 sq. m.





Generally, this form of investment is particular suites for High Networth Investor. In modern day, especially after the housing bubble, many investors have preferred dividend yield method. However, whether to invest in dividend stocks or rental properties depends upon one individual risk profile and expected return on investment (ROI), tax status & risk profiling of customer.

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4 Comments to Dividend & Rental Income Approach for Investor

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