In recent years, the US has created many lucrative opportunities for real estate investments and has drawn the interest of investors from all over the world. Since financing has become more accessible with its flexible monetary policy, experts predict that the ratio of net operating income to property asset value will be persistent in near future, along with crucial growth in income.

While the value of private real estate is high in the US, publicly traded REITs have declined more than 10 percent. Corrado Russo, Timbercreek Global Real Estate Fund portfolio manager, believes that if there is a substantial reason of increase interest rates, than it should be presumed as favorable for real estate.

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If we consider Europe, it still operates at a high level. This interestingly has drawn Russo’s attention towards closed-end Timbercreek Global Real Estate Fund. Viewing the low cost of financing and high demand for products, you can expect crucial gains. In Europe, Russo is relying on cap-rate compression trend through retail-focused company Mercialys SA and Germany’s TLG Immobilien AG. Read in details at here: