Property comes to crossroad

Williams, Terry
November 1993
Pensions & Investments;11/1/1993, Vol. 21 Issue 22, p30
Reports on the percentage of pension fund investments in real estate. Unlikely allocation of ten percent; Prediction by Meyer Melnikoff that 20 percent of the total domestic fund assets would be composed of property; Defined contribution plan as the predominant plan structure; Prediction that public real estate investment trusts will be the vehicle through which a greater number of funds will invest in property.


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