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Market PerformanceAfter a stellar start to 2019, Global REITs produced a 1.42% USD total return for the quarter ending 30 June 2019.
A lower global growth trajectory and a more benign interest-rate environment are contributing to a more positive outlook for global listed real estate this year, according to Garreth Elston, CIO of Reitway Global, which focuses on global listed property. “Research conducted over the past two decades consistently demonstrates that listed real estate can act as a return enhancer with superior risk-adjusted returns for investment portfolios,” he said. “Despite this strong performance over robust time periods, REITs remain generally under-utilised as a diversification tool and most allocators, portfolio managers and individual investors remain underexposed.” {phocadownload view=file|id=220|text=Click here to download the full…
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Research conducted over the past two decades consistently demonstrates that listed Real Estate can act as as a return enhancer with superior risk-adjusted returns for investment portfolios.
This year, listed real estate abroad has known few boundaries. Not only did it kick dust in the eyes of SA property players, but its returns were also in excess of all international equity sectors and the bond markets. Indeed, a top portfolio performer. But not all shares are as safe as houses and the picking process runs deep. However, it hits the spot when you get it right, and if the rand is weak, the deal gets even sweeter. Click here to download full article (Source: The Daily Maverick)
Market PerformanceGlobal real estate, as measured by the GPR 250 REIT World Index, produced a total return of 14.55% in US dollar terms for the quarter ending 31 March 2019. This is the best start to a year the index has achieved since 1993. Oceania (16.11%) and Americas (15.87%) led the charge while Asia delivered just shy of 10% for the reporting period. Africa (-0.47%) was the only continental carve out to record a loss during the first quarter.
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Raymond James We are maintaining our more constructive view for the REITs versus the broader market but note that the REIT index is up 12% YTD, and since interest rates peaked last October, the REIT index has outperformed the S&P 500 by 1,100-1,200 bp.