Public vs. Private Real Estate Investments

June 07, 2013

Given the rebound in real estate values the last three years, many investors are either renewing or increasing their allocations to the asset class. Considering the overall low interest rate environment, real estate offers a much more compelling yield than most bonds these days, to say nothing of the appreciation component of real estate returns over the last few years. Due to the revitalized interest in the asset class, we feel it is an appropriate time to re-visit the different methods by which to access real estate for institutional investors.

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