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Big Investors Cut Back on Commercial Property as Bull Market Loses Steam

The Wall Street Journal / February 7th, 2017

The Wall Street Journal reports: Some prominent real-estate investors are reducing their holdings and getting more selective about new deals, in a sign that the eight-year bull market for U.S. commercial property is coming to a close.

Asset managers at pension funds and endowments, as well as private-equity firms and other big investors, are throttling back on new acquisitions, selling more assets and shifting to less risky strategies as a way to protect against potential losses in a downturn.

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