Overview

Why Global Real Estate

Global real estate historically has improved a traditional portfolio.1,2

1/1/200112/31/2019 (Annu­al­ized)

Returns & Volatility—0% GRE

  • Bonds
  • Stocks
  • Average Return 7.0%
  • Volatility 10.0%
1/1/200112/31/2019 (Annu­al­ized)

Returns & Volatility—10% GRE

  • Bonds
  • Stocks
  • Global Real Estate
Chart: 10% Global Real Estate
  • Average Return 7.1%
  • Volatility 9.3%

Global real estate has provided a competitive source of income.

  • Direct owned real estate (global) represented by the msci global
  • Corporate Bonds (U.S.) Represented by Bank of America Merrill Lynch US Corp Master Total Return Index
  • corporate bonds (global) represented by BLOOMBERG BARCLAYS GLOBAL AGGREGATE CORPORATE INDEX
  • Stocks (US) represented by DIVIDEND YIELD OF S&P 500 INDEX
  • TREASURY BILLS (T-BILLS) represented by THE BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH 0-3 MONTH U.S. TREASURY BILL INDEX
1/1/200712/31/2019

Average Annual Yield Comparison3


The financial markets have experienced volatility as a result of COVID-19, also called the Coronavirus. Global real estate isn’t immune. These charts reflect results as of year-end 2019, before the global pandemic began.*

Expanding opportunity with global reach.

Additional Benefits
  • Global real estate income has outpaced U.S. inflation
  • Global real estate cycles have provided varied buy/​sell opportunities
  • Attractive total returns with the potential for lower volatility4