How Will Private Real Estate Be Impacted by Coronavirus and the Market Downturn?

April 08, 2020 | ,

As we have seen in past market downturns, almost all risk assets feel some degree of pain as correlations trend towards one and returns drift downwards in seemingly perfect harmony. In the case of private real estate, headlines have been sparse to this point but it is only a matter of time until the repercussions are felt, particularly for the sectors hardest hit by the outbreak.

This newsletter details potential near-term and long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic on private real estate, with a look at historical performance as well as some of the unique features of this particular downturn.

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The opinions expressed herein are those of Marquette Associates, Inc. (“Marquette”), and are subject to change without notice. This material is not financial advice or an offer to purchase or sell any product. Marquette reserves the right to modify its current investment strategies and techniques based on changing market dynamics or client needs.


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