Friday, August 8th, 2014

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- Institutional Investor Journals has released The Journal of Portfolio Management Special Real Estate Issue, a unique collection of articles devoted to real estate. Real estate has become more accepted as a basic building block of a well-diversified institutional portfolio over the past decade.

The debate around the question "Why Real Estate?" has largely been put to rest. This article collection discusses more relevant research questions about how the asset class fits into the broader portfolio.

Highlights include:

  • Optimal allocations under different situations and in light of new trends
  • How implementation of a real estate allocation should be done
  • How real estate allocation affects the risk/return characteristics of the final portfolio

The journal also highlights and is dedicated to Susan Hudson-Wilson, a leading figure in the institutional real estate industry who passed away in 2013. Journal authors review her career and legacy and share their thoughts on the lasting influence Hudson-Wilson had on the industry and the individuals within it.

Download the articles by visiting our website. For more information about The Journal of Portfolio Management, please contact Denis Alivizatos at [email protected] or +1 (212) 224-3026.

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