Pension funds working to push more money into commercial real estate are expanding their investment parameters to include secondary markets, international funds and even new development.
Pension funds remain underweight in real estate allocations and are exhibiting a desire to increase allocations, while at the same time generating solid returns and diversifying holdings. U.S.-based public pension funds currently have 7.2 percent of their total assets, or an average o
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