Institutional and Pension Fund Real Estate Investment
This reference work sets forth the business, legal and technical considerations for institutions and pension fund investing in real estate. Early chapters describe the US institutional real estate market and identify trends and participants, deal with investment strategy, and explore the various investment vehicles available. Middle chapters describe the tax considerations for institutional real estate investments, focusing on the Tax Reform Act of 1986, discuss public and private securities law, and examine judiciary responsibility issues for pension funds under ERISA and related laws. The final three chapters deal with partnership law and taxation, real estate investment trusts, and the advent of the foreign institutional investor.
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The Institutional Market
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