As real estate markets across the U.S. recover from their long swoon, homeowners’ sighs of relief are practically audible. Financial advisors, meanwhile, are again fielding requests from clients to put real estate back into their portfolios for diversification. Naturally, experts are trying to find techniques that might protect investors against even a partial repeat of the 2008 disaster.
This can be a challenge, however, for individual investors, particularly those nearing retirement age, as well as for large institutional investors whose commitments to stakeholders rise with inflation. Importantly, institutions need to earn ahead of inflation if they are to keep pace while still operating within appropriate risk parameters.
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