The multifamily sector has long been the darling of commercial real estate. It’s got the strongest fundamentals and greatest returns. And it’s the sector with the most access to financing for acquisition and development.
For proponents of non-traded REITs, the fact that they are not traded is both a boon and a curse. It’s a boon as the lack of liquidity means the investment isn’t rocked by volatility, making it easier for managers to deploy the money effectively. The curse is the lack of liquidity makes it difficult for investors who shudder at the idea of locking up money in a real estate fund.
Office real estate investment trusts (REITs), the investment vehicle often used to access this type of commercial real estate, were on a nice run in the spring, but since then, they’ve suffered a bit of a hit.
The past few years have been turbulent for investors in emerging markets-particularly for those investing in local currency bonds. Andrew Keirle, portfolio manager for the Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond Strategy, explains why the recent volatility may present a compelling opportunity for long-term global investors....More
Are your clients' retirement plans flexible enough for life's changes? Clients want the best of both worlds—guaranteed lifetime income with upside potential and flexibility to adapt to changing life situations. There is a solution to meet these client needs from accumulation through distribution....More
In this 3rd and final session of our Social Security webinar series, we will cover the under-served markets for divorced and survivor benefits, where there are special benefits that so many people miss out on....More