Real estate is back. And by that we don’t mean in terms of price or occupancy, although those metrics, especially in urban areas with thriving job growth, are certainly up too. Rather, we mean as an investment class.
Pension funds, opportunity funds, hedge funds, and other institutional investors are continuing to turn their attention to real estate in the wake of the recession, particularly as returns on real estate have risen relative to bond yields and real e
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