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What are the Private Real Assets Indexes?

Private Real Assets Indexes from MSCI are designed to help institutional investors build better portfolios by offering a consistent view of the financial and operating performance of investments in commercial and residential property in more than 30 countries.

The indexes are governed by a rules-based methodology (PDF, 260 KB) (opens in a new tab)  and data standards (PDF, 310 KB) (opens in a new tab) designed to meet the needs of investors for globally consistent performance measurement.

Global coverage, wide availability

Our suite of more than 200 private real assets indexes cover national, international and sector- specific markets over an average history of 19 years, and are informed by our work with nearly 30 index sponsors globally (PDF, 282 KB) (opens in a new tab).

All the index factsheets are available to download via the interactive map below, apart from the Property Council of Australia/MSCI Australia Healthcare Annual Property Index (Unfrozen) Published Quarterly, the Property Council /MSCI Australia Core Wholesale Annual Property Index (Unfrozen) Published Quarterly, the MSCI/REALPAC Canada Annual Property Index (Unfrozen), the MSCI/Recruit Japan Monthly House Price Index (Unfrozen) and the MSCI South Africa Quarterly Retail Trading Density Index.


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Why Private Real Assets Indexes?

Investors use our suite of private real assets indexes to inform allocation strategies, underwrite, benchmark, measure and manage the performance of portfolios across direct real estate investment, REITs and listed real estate, real estate funds and real estate debt.


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