Real Estate Investment & Equity Fund
Rabah Real Estate Investment Fund
RREIF is an open ended fund, investing mainly in income generating properties with the aim of generating stable income and returns through prudent acquisition, management and disposal of properties in the most promising segments of the real estate market throughout the globe.
The objective of the fund is to generate stable and recurring returns, in compliance with the Islamic Sharia’a, by investing in a diverse portfolio of real estate properties in low risk sectors and high concentration areas within India during the life of the fund.
Properties would include:
Rabah added value lies in:
Rabah has built an expertise in real estate and specifically in income generating real estate, having made for the past decade prudent quality investments and managed properties efficiently yielding stable income and generating above market returns to its investors.
Acquiring valuable properties selecting sectors based on supply/demand, location based on market trends and appeal to end-users.
Managing Acquisition Risk carrying thorough legal, technical, operational and commercial due diligence on target properties.
Efficiently managing acquired Properties through improving rent levels, improving collection rates, reducing vacancy, maintaining the properties, supervising operation expenses and creating value through value-added activities.
Rabah Shariah Equity Fund
RSEF is an open ended fund,Investing in in a portfolio of strong growth companies with sustainable business models which are Compliant with the Shariah Laws of the Shia-Islamic School of thought
The objective of the fund is to generate stable and recurring returns, in compliance with the Islamic Sharia’a, by investing in a portfolio of Companies in the Indian sub-continent which follow Islamic constraints
Rabah added value lies in
Rabah Ethical Fund is the 1st Actively Managed Equity Fund for FI in India based on the principles of Shariah.
Investment in equity of Shariah Principles compliant companies and in other instruments allowed under Shariah principles.