New real estate year marked by investor caution

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Investors are bullish for real estate, but they still have some hesitations, a new study says.

Ninety-one percent of recently surveyed senior commercial real estate executives say they expect real estate fundamentals to be about the same or better this year, according to KPMG’s 2016 Real Estate Industry Outlook Survey. That said, investors say they are growing more cautious about the ability to expand their portfolios and are taking steps to “de-risk” their portfolios, the survey found.


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