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REITs vs. Your Home

Many people don’t have an investment allocation to real estate investment trusts (“REITs”) because they believe they already have “enough” exposure to “real estate” through ownership of their home. REITs and your home are very different asset classes with very different characteristics. REITs invest primarily in commercial real estate, which is any non-residential property used […]
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The Wave of Private Capital Behind Public REITs

Flush with record levels of cash, many private capital real estate managers are buying up publicly traded real estate investment trusts (“REITs”) to take advantage of the gap between public REITs and private real estate valuations.  Historically, commercial real estate in the private market has usually transacted at, or near, fair value (or else the […]
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“The Internet of Everything”

How to make money when your refrigerator orders milk The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) wants cars to talk to nearby cars to aid in safety and maybe target traffic congestion.  According to DOT, there are more than 255 million registered vehicles in the U.S.[i] – that’s a lot!  Meanwhile, in the air, a single […]
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