Now may be the time to consider CRE debt

Nick Bullick  |  Qualitas  |  23 February 2022  |  0.25 CE

Record low interest rates have fundamentally changed the playbook for income investors. The traditional havens of stocks and bonds are out of reach with compressed yields and stretched valuations. This has made the search for reliable and attractive risk-adjusted sources of income a dominant narrative for investors, who may often resort to an undesirable move up the risk curve to maintain returns. For institutional and wholesale investors, CRE debt is widely accepted as an asset class, providing diversification and strong, risk-adjusted returns. Australia has a relatively under-develope...

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