PREA: Capital Flows to Real Estate to Increase and Evolve

January 31, 2014

It is increasingly apparent that institutional and retail investors are poised to allocate significant capital to new real estate investments. After several years of volatile performance and an industry-wide slowdown in real estate investment activity, investors have returned to the asset class in force. In the immediate aftermath of the global financial crisis, many institutions suspended new investment activity for a period; for some institutions, this was due to over investment relative to target allocations, caused in part by the “denominator effect,” and a lack of realizations and distributions from existing holdings.

 

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