Majority of advisers set to increase real estate allocation

To de-risk portfolios through diversification and increase ESG focus

Isabel Baxter
clock • 1 min read

Most advisers expect to increase their allocation to real estate over the next 12 months, Time Investments has found.

Its research conducted among 200 UK wealth managers, financial advisers, discretionary fund managers, fund selectors and investment analysts in September 2023 found that the majority (76%) of advisers expect to increase their allocation to real estate over the next 12 months, with 74% for infrastructure. This means that they could benefit from macro conditions which are looking more favourable for real assets in 2024 and discounts could continue to close for listed assets, Time Investments said. The catalyst to increase allocation to real assets is driven by a desire to de-risk portfo...

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