Eres : Digital Library : Works

Paper eres2007_320:
A Comparison of Performance for Real Estate and Infrastructure Investments

id eres2007_320
authors Francesco, Anthony De
year 2007
title A Comparison of Performance for Real Estate and Infrastructure Investments
source 14th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in London, UK
summary Since 2000 there has been an increasing focuses by the global investment community towards alternative investment classes, in particular real estate and infrastructure investments. Most of this demand is coming from institutional investors who are attracted by the long-term nature of these investments. Proponents of these alternative investment classes argue that they deliver favourable investment performance (such as enhanced risk-adjusted returns, predictable and stable income yields and attractive positive total return) against traditional investments such as general equities and fixed interest. This paper examines the historical return performance for real estate and infrastructure investment markets in Australia using econometric time series techniques. Attention is given to both the listed and unlisted markets. The paper attempts to highlight the varying nature between these two asset classes and outline their key drivers of performance. Their impact in a balanced portfolio is also assessed in terms of diversification benefits.
series ERES:conference
discussion No discussions. Post discussion ...
session Session G4: The Development of the Infrastructure Investment Market
last changed 2009/11/19 09:01
HOMELOGIN (you are user _anon_936790 from group guest) Powered by SciX Open Publishing Services 1.002