Real estate has consistently produced higher returns with a lower risk profile when compared to other asset classes.
Certain types of real estate investments generate a cash return, which can yield income earlier than other classes of investments.
Real estate investments are hard assets, which are generally more resilient to micro-fluctuations in the market than other types of investments, such as stocks.
Real estate can hold value during rising prices, which can be an excellent strategy to hedge against inflation.
See the risk and returns across major asset classes in the last two decades.
Source: Thompson-Reuters Datastream, Data from 1993-2013
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