MAY 2021

In these unprecedented times, investors are looking to strike the right balance between preservation of capital, generating alpha, and reducing volatility.​ Historically, adding commercial real estate (“CRE”) to their portfolios has allowed investors to enjoy sustainable long-term outperformance across dynamic market cycles.

Long-term investors recognize that CRE has provided greater return potential with lower risk than traditional asset classes, with far-reaching benefits such as: ​

  • Producing outsized returns at reduced volatility with low correlation to market instability;​​
  • Generating stable income while preserving capital;​
  • Building equity through capital appreciation;
  • Diversifying your portfolio through direct investment; and​
  • Providing a hedge against inflation.​

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Commercial Real Estate is a Preferred Asset Class

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