Real estate target allocations up but performance slows

October 13, 2017

 

Institutional investors around the world continued boosting their target allocations to real estate in 2017, according to a new survey, but at a slower pace and while reaping smaller returns on the asset class.

 

The average target real estate allocation increased to 10.1% in 2017, up from 9.9% in 2016, according to Hodes Weill & Associates and Cornell University’s fifth annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor.

 

In the past five years, institutional portfolios lifted their actual exposure to real estate to 9.1% invested from 8.5%, the survey revealed.

 

Read the complete article at the IPE Real Assets website

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