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dc.contributor.authorCorgel, John B.
dc.contributor.authordeRoos, Jan A.
dc.description.abstractAlmost 25 years ago Friedman (1970) demonstrated that unsecuritized real estate, because of its relatively high risk-adjusted return and low correlations with stocks and bonds, receives substantial allocations in efficient, mixed-asset portfolios. Fisher and Sirmans (1994) argue that these attractive features of real estate still exist today. In recent empirical work by Mei and Lee (1994), the presence of a unique real estate factor is detected in securitized and unsecuritized real estate returns that cannot be captured by investing in other assets.
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dc.subjectmixed-asset portfolios
dc.subjectreal estate return
dc.subjectappraisal-based return
dc.titlePortfolio Allocations to Real Estate: Another Story
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local.authorAffiliationCorgel, John B.: Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
local.authorAffiliationdeRoos, Jan A.: Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

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