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Real estate as an asset class can potentially provide an alternative source of returns, a hedge against inflation, and portfolio diversification.
Our manager research team seeks out compelling themes, managers and opportunities, and offers you a variety of ways to access this asset class.
We aim to select managers and investment structures that we think are best placed to potentially deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns, including equity and debt opportunities across both developed and emerging markets.
While we stress the potential benefits of long-term exposure to real estate, we also recognize there are more favorable times for investing in certain themes or regions.
We therefore seek investments that may capitalize upon current market aberrations and long-term secular trends. This includes opportunistic, value add and core plus mandates.
The opportunities we offer you are not selected upon merit alone, but based on our depth of research and due diligence.
Identifying attractive themes and potential investments requires intensive research and due diligence.
Real estate is also a highly localized business, where experience of the markets and locations involved is important.
Real Estate Research and Management therefore has a direct presence in New York, London, and Hong Kong.
Having identified suitable themes and managers, we seek to provide the appropriate structure to match your objectives.
As well as existing funds, we create clubs, co-investment deals and separately managed accounts.
Alternative investments referenced in this article are speculative and entail significant risks that can include losses due to leveraging or other speculative investment practices, lack of liquidity, volatility of returns, restrictions on transferring interests in the fund, potential lack of diversification, absence of information regarding valuations and pricing, complex tax structures and delays in tax reporting, less regulation and higher fees than mutual funds and advisor risk.
Property values can fall due to environmental, economic or other reasons, and change in interest rates can negatively impact the performance of real estate companies.