U.S. Investors Maintain Positive Outlook for Real Estate but Plan to Decrease Commitments by an Average of 19% in 2017

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NEW YORK, SAN RAMON, Calif., LONDON and SINGAPORE, April 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. institutional investors, such as pension funds, endowments, and foundations, plan to reduce their new capital commitments to real estate by an average of 19 percent in 2017. An annual investor survey conducted by Institutional Real Estate, Inc. and Kingsley Associates — the 2017 Institutional Investors Real Estate Trends — reveals U.S. investors plan to commit $62 billion of new capital to real estate this year.

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