ULI Conference: Real estate the “least bad” asset

Real estate is winning out over other asset classes despite the steady increase in pricing over the past two years due to its relatively higher yields, delegates at the Urban Land Institute’s annual conference in Paris heard today. Speaking as part of a panel dubbed “Follow the money? – Global Real Estate Capital” Jack Chandler, chairman of Blackrock Realty Advisors, said that investors saw the asset class as more palatable than bonds or gilts, some of which were providing a negative return subject to inflation.

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