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If the world’s top 30 sovereign wealth funds by assets under management each increased their allocation to real estate by 1.2%, the additional capital would enable them to buy the 496 office buildings that make-up the Sydney CBD
AUSTRALIA, 17 OCTOBER 2012 – Investment in real estate assets has traditionally been classed as an ‘alternative’ asset class, but the trend is showing that investors are now moving real estate out of the alternatives category into the mainstream.
A new Jones Lang LaSalle Research Report, entitled ‘Real assets and the Asia Pacific’ finds the defensive characteristics of real estate are becoming more widely appreciated.
“Increasingly, institutional investors are moving real estate out of the alternatives category and making it a mainstream asset class in its own right,” said Director, International Investments, Ben Hunter.
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