Who owns Dolmen?

Who owns Dolmen?

Nadeem Riaz –
Nadeem Riaz – Chairman & C.E.O – Dolmen Group | LinkedIn.

What is REIT in Pakistan?

Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a security that sells like a stock and invests in real estate directly or indirectly. In Pakistan, historically real estate investments have been done through bilateral transactions or through investments in schemes launched by various developers.

What is a REIT management company?

A REIT Management Company (RMC) identifies a project and raises public money through an Initial public offering (IPO). The RMC then buys a property (in case of Rental REIT Scheme) and rents it out. The rent is then distributed to the unit holders (The shareholders of REIT Scheme are known as unit holders).

What does REITs stand for?

Real estate investment trusts (“REITs”) have been around for more than fifty years. Congress established REITs in 1960 to allow individual investors to invest in large-scale, income-producing real estate.

Who is Nadeem Riaz?

Nadeem Riaz, Director and representative of the Dolmen Group, is the Chairman of Dolmen Group and is also a member of both International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and Middle East Council of Shopping Centers (MECSC). Mr. Riaz has experience of over 30 years in the real estate market.

Who owns Dolmen Clifton?

Dolmen Group
Dolmen Malls are a chain of shopping malls in Karachi, Pakistan, owned and operated by Dolmen Group. Dolmen Group was established in 1984 as a real estate investor.

Do REITs sell property?

Unlike other real estate companies, a REIT does not develop real estate properties to resell them. Instead, a REIT buys and develops properties primarily to operate them as part of its own investment portfolio.

Is REIT a company?

A property company is managed like any other company. A REIT has a well-defined investment policy and invests largely in a portfolio of income-generating real estates. REITs are exempt from income tax if 90% or more of its total income is distributed to unit holders.

What is REIT tax rate?

The majority of REIT dividends are taxed as ordinary income up to the maximum rate of 37% (returning to 39.6% in 2026), plus a separate 3.8% surtax on investment income. Taxpayers may also generally deduct 20% of the combined qualified business income amount which includes Qualified REIT Dividends through Dec.

What is REIT scheme?

➢ Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are investment schemes that own and most often actively manage income-producing real estate. Through such schemes, investors may own, operate or finance income-generating property across various categories of real estate.