Income producing real estate is a valuable asset class for a diversified portfolio because of its potential for high (and stable) current yield, inflation protection and, more importantly, diversification. Real estate maintains a low correlation to the movement of other assets.1 These attributes make real estate equally attractive to an asset allocation strategy within an individual retirement account.2 Yet, despite IRAs having been introduced nearly 40 years ago,3 most IRA custodians ...

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