Global RE allocations over 10% for first time but pace slowing – Hodes Weill/Cornell

October 13, 2017

 

Global institutional investors increased their average target allocation to real estate this year past the 10% threshold but the pace of growth is slowing, according to an annual allocations report from advisor Hodes Weill and Cornell University.

 

The average target real estate allocation increased to 10.1% in 2017, up from 9.9% last year and compared with 8.9% in 2013 when the first survey was conducted, Hodes Weill said in a press release. It said that over the past five years, institutional portfolios have increased their exposure to real estate from 8.5% to 9.1% invested, which implies that real estate portfolios have increased around $500bn in total value through capital appreciation and new investments.

 

Read the complete article at Property Investor Europe website

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