Investors' real estate allocations catch up with targets

Investing Money

The gap between target investor allocations to real estate and actual allocations has narrowed significantly, according to the latest INREV investment intentions survey.

Average investor allocations to real estate increased to 10% from 8.9% in 2018, against an increase in target allocations from 10.2% to 10.4%.

Despite this, investors still indicated that they planned to invest a minimum of €72.4bn of new capital into real estate in 2019 according to the annual survey of more than 150 major investors produced by INREV, ANREV and PREA.

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