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November 1, 2004

UK REITs could offer families the liquidity and diversification they search for without the hair-raising volatility of hedge funds and conventional stocks, says Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business magazine.

UK REITs could offer families the liquidity and diversification they search for without the hair-raising volatility of hedge funds and conventional stocks, says Melanie Stern

January 1, 2004

One of the top concerns of a family is confidentiality in its investments. Real estate investment means that, through an appropriate investment vehicle, the ultimate owner of property is protected from identification, liability and reporting requirements, says Bárbara Schuck

Bárbara Schuck is a principal of Bridgemer Investment Properties, Zollikon, Switzerland

One of the top concerns of a family is confidentiality in its investments. Real estate investment means that, through an appropriate investment vehicle, the ultimate owner of property is protected from identification, liability and reporting requirements, says Bárbara Schuck

January 1, 2004

Although signs of economic recovery are emerging in key markets around the globe, Robert Game suggests that investors looking to extend their property portfolios should look at the big picture before taking the plunge, particularly in terms of capital appreciation versus wealth preservation

Robert Game is Head of Real Estate Advisory at The Citigroup Private Bank Europe.

Although signs of economic recovery are emerging in key markets around the globe, Robert Game suggests that investors looking to extend their property portfolios should look at the big picture before taking the plunge, particularly in terms of capital appreciation versus wealth preservation

January 1, 2004

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are the best way to invest in a number of properties under a single security, and carry a number of benefits for wealth family portfolios, explains Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are the best way to invest in a number of properties under a single security, and carry a number of benefits for wealth family portfolios, explains Melanie Stern

'Bricks and mortar' has always been the advice of every wise parent to their first-time investing children, and is still smart money across the spectrum of portfolios.

April 1, 2002

REIT stocks can offer family business owners a low-risk investment opportunity – an attractive alternative to direct ownership of real estate where the investor still gains stability and diversification benefits combined with quality professional management

REIT stocks can offer family business owners a low-risk investment opportunity – an attractive alternative to direct ownership of real estate where the investor still gains stability and diversification benefits combined with quality professional management

This article is intended to provide background for family business owners considering an investment in a real estate investment trust (REIT stocks). Before making any investment or sale decision you should consult with your financial and legal advisors.

April 1, 2002

It is no longer just the larger institutions dominating the commercial property investment sector. There has been a significant increase in private investors making long-term investments in commercial property. Here, we explain some of the reasons for this and offer a few tips on those considering it as an option

It is no longer just the larger institutions dominating the commercial property investment sector. There has been a significant increase in private investors making long-term investments in commercial property. Here, we explain some of the reasons for this and offer a few tips on those considering it as an option

Property investment has taken centrestage for family businesses and wealthy individuals as a safe haven for cash as well as an opportunity to seal complex deals that are protected from some of the ravages of the financial markets.

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