Core Real Estate for U.S. Insurers

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Core Real Estate for U.S. Insurers

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William Pattison Reginald Ross and Michael Steinberg
OCT 20, 2021

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Introduction

Commercial real estate was once viewed as a niche investment sector, but after several decades of evolution it has emerged as a core asset class for many institutional investors. In recent decades liquidity has improved, transparency has risen, and core real estate’s investor base has broadened substantially. Joint ventures, private funds, and public real estate companies draw capital from sources both foreign and domestic. These new vehicles and their investors play an important role in today’s real estate capital markets, but the sector’s oldest and most experienced investors remain as a solid foundation. Many of these investors can be found among the ranks of the nation’s most established insurance companies.