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Characteristics of non-listed real estate in investment portfolios – bringing you the key highlights 

The position of real estate in institutional investor portfolios has long been discussed and it is widely accepted that real estate as an asset class has desirable investment attributes, such as attractive risk-adjusted performance, diversification potential in a multi-asset portfolio, a high and stable income return and a degree of inflation protection.
 
The recent INREV research report re-examines the above arguments and demonstrates that there is a strong case for both non-listed real estate in multi-asset portfolios and within real estate portfolios, and that the prospects look bright. 

If you missed this report the first time around, a shorter extract summary is now available with key highlights, helping you to decide which insights from the full report you want to dive into further   

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