Differences in how real estate sectors perform have never been as “profound” as they are today, according to Michael Sonnenfeldt, founder and chairman of TIGER 21, a peer membership organization of high net worth current and former entrepreneurs, investors, and top executives.
TIGER 21 members collectively manage personal assets of over $85 billion.
Speaking on the REIT Report, Sonnenfeldt described the current situation in real estate as a “tale of two cities,” with retail “in a difficult strait” and industrial “on fire.”
Sonnenfeldt explained that real estate has been the number one asset allocation for TIGER 21 members since the group was founded in 1999—and is likely to stay that way. Currently, real estate accounts for 27% of TIGER 21 portfolios and is favored by members due to its unique benefits and member expertise in the field, he said.
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