Value-Added Investing Is Gaining Traction

Booth, Clifford; Kanoff, Stephen
September 2005
National Real Estate Investor;Sep2005, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p96
Trade Publication
Reports on the growing number of real estate investors who are pursuing value-added opportunities, either by repositioning existing assets or undertaking new development. Soaring prices of real estate; Assumption of more risk for a higher return; Pursuit of companies with large portfolios; Belief in buying properties that are out of favor; Proven strategies for value-added investors.


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