The Most Extensive Study Of Its Kind On Family Office Real Estate Investing Is Released

Inaugural Study Completed With Over 100 Single Family Offices
2019 Family Office Real Estate Report
2019 Family Office Real Estate Report
DENVER - Aug. 13, 2019 - PRLog -- The Family Office Real Estate Magazine has released a new study looking at the challenges and opportunities related to Family Offices Investing into real estate. The inaugural research study, titled "US Family Office Real Estate Report," came from quantitative data collected by The Family Office Real Estate Magazine and provides a baseline for an annual study. It provides insight based on answers from family members and family office executives, and explains key trends, including factors which motivate family offices to invest in real estate, the problematic gap with due diligence to how family offices use real estate in their foundation investments.

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Some of the findings include:

On average, real estate made up 35% of a family offices portfolio in 2018. Also, family offices expected a 14% return on their real estate portfolio in 2019.

Based on data collected for the FORE Study 2019, the most common investment strategy across family offices is a balanced portfolio approach for their real estate investments, followed by growth (30%) and then preservation (20%). Family offices had a 14% average return on their real estate investments in 2019, dropping from 16% in 2017. Similarly, they also expect an average return of 14% on their real estate investments in 2019.

The multifamily sector continues to be the property type of choice for family offices followed by office (10.02%), retail (9.07%), and land (9.07%). Industrial is a property type that is becoming more of an interest to family offices but remains behind the other property types. Surprisingly more recession-proof assets like senior apartments, assisted living, medical office, workforce housing, and self-storage are towards the bottom of the list.

Family Offices want to invest more in real estate in 2019 than they did in 2018, but only if they can find deals.

For 2019, family offices plan to stay the same in their real estate allocations (45.98%) which is similar to the percentage of families plan to increase their allocations (43.68%) 10.34% plan to decrease their holdings from 2018 to 2019.

The Family Office Real Estate Report will be available on an annual basis.

To see the full report go to: The Family Office Real Estate Study


Published 4 times a year, available in digital editions, and hard copy, with plans to be published in print, each issue is intended to equip family offices with the critical information they require to expand their understanding and grow their real estate investments.


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