CRE Investors Are Showing a Growing Appetite for Higher-Yielding Alternative Assets

Sectors such as self-storage and student housing appear more attractive as yields for core real estate drop.

It wasn’t that long ago that alternative properties didn’t get much respect, but as yields compress in core property sectors, alternatives have caught the eye of investors, and 2019 should continue that trend.

“For many years, non-traditional real estate was not fully appreciated,” says Tyler Blue, vice president of the advisory and consulting arm of research firm Green Street Advisors. But alternative sectors have outperformed expectations in recent years, and investors have noticed.

“Once the broader real estate investment community caught on, more capital flowed in, particularly as the more traditional real estate sectors became fully valued. So, the more progressive investors benefited and the institutions have followed their lead,” Blue says.

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