How Institutional Investors Think About Real Estate Case Solution

This Case is about FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

PUBLICATION DATE: June 29, 2009 PRODUCT #: 209152-HCB-ENG

Real estate is a significant part in the portfolios of institutional investors. This note discuss the problems these investors must consider when investing in real estate from the legal forms of possession, to individual or commingled funds, to property type and geography, to comprehensive or centered supervisors, to leverage, to the time of investment, and eventually, to the settlement paid to both outside supervisors and internal staff.

How Institutional Investors Think About Real Estate Case Solution
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