Investors continue to move up the risk spectrum

October 24, 2018

 

While a growing percentage of institutions are targeting value-add and opportunistic investments, interest in core strategies has declined for the first time in five years, according to a new report

 

Investor interest in value-add and opportunistic strategies has been rising over the past half-decade, but the percentage of institutions targeting core real estate has started to fall, according to the 2018 Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor.

 

The annual report by Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate and New York-based placement and advisory firm Hodes Weill & Associates surveyed 208 institutional investors from 30 countries, with nearly $11 trillion in total assets and approximately $1 trillion in aggregate real estate assets.

 

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