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    GLOBAL REAL ESTATE: THE CONUNDRUM OF HIGH PRICES AND WIDE YIELD SPREADS 

    Jul 15, 2015 Peter Hobbs

    Real Estate Investing

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    Historically, the majority of global real estate returns have come from income, which has made up more than 80% of the total return over the past decade. In 2014, however, growth in asset values represented 43% of the total return — more than double its long-term average contribution.

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    Professionally Managed Global Real Estate Hits $7 Trillion in 2014 

    Jun 30, 2015 Mark Clacy-Jones

    Real Estate Investing

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    The professionally managed global real estate market size grew marginally to $7.0 trillion by year-end 2014 from $6.8 trillion at year-end 2013, according to MSCI. Currency movements reduced the global real estate market by approximately 7%.

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    THE DIMENSIONS OF INCOME RISKS IN YOUR GLOBAL REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO 

    Jun 25, 2015 Mark Clacy-Jones

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    Income is the principal foundation of real estate investment returns. For most markets, particularly over the longer term, the vast majority of the real estate return comes through income rather than capital appreciation. The income generating nature of real estate has become even more relevant in an era of ultra-low interest rates, and in the context of the search for yield.

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    IS REAL ESTATE BOND-LIKE? 

    Jun 16, 2015 Peter Shepard

    Real Estate Investing

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    Many institutional investors have been favoring private real estate over bonds, drawn by its steady income stream and higher yields. While the short-term income may be bond-like, the long-run behavior of the asset class is much more cyclical and growth-sensitive.

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    THE EROSION OF THE REAL ESTATE HOME BIAS 

    May 5, 2015 Peter Hobbs

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    As an asset class, real estate typically has a high degree of home bias, especially when compared to equities and fixed income. However, this home bias is starting to erode, with asset owners in most countries already investing internationally or actively exploring options for building off-shore exposures.

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    GLOBAL PROPERTY DELIVERS STRONG RETURNS IN 2014 

    Apr 15, 2015 Peter Hobbs

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    Global property has delivered another stellar year of performance of 9.9%, the fifth consecutive year of strong returns since the financial crisis, and the best performance since 2007. A series of countries performed particularly well over the past year, most notably Ireland with a record return of 40%, but also the U.K. (17.9%) and U.S. (11.5%).

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    REAL ESTATE: ALLOCATIONS AND INTEGRATING RISK 

    Mar 23, 2015 Peter Hobbs

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    The classic 60:40 mix of stocks and bonds has shifted to a 40:40:20 mix of stocks, bonds and alternatives, according to the 2014 MSCI Asset Owner survey.

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    LOOKING FOR A NEW WAY TO BENCHMARK REAL ESTATE? 

    Jan 12, 2015 Sebastien Lieblich

    Real Estate Investing

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    Commercial real estate’s risk /return profile may be attractive to a variety of institutional investors. Investors may be seeking a diversification effect to their total portfolio; a stable income stream from rent, or inflation protection and expected capital appreciation over the long term.

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