Real estate has evolved into a global asset class that can be tailored to meet specific goals and objectives.
Investing in private real estate was introduced to institutional portfolios in the 1970s to provide diversification and generate attractive long-term current income returns, with low correlations to other asset classes. Initially, investors had limited investment and risk options. However, real estate has gone through a number of economic cycles and has evolved into a global asset class providing a variety of risk and return options that can be tailored to meet specific goals and objectives. Real estate now serves as a cornerstone within institutional portfolio…Click to Download PA Insights: The Advantages of Real Estate Private Equity