Hedging Volatility with Tertiary Markets

Investors looking to diversify their portfolio with non-correlated assets can look to alternative investments, including illiquid real estate. Long-term real estate investments are typically not as affected by short term swings in public markets. When assessing tertiary markets – smaller real estate markets with a population of less than 2 million people – it can be useful to look for markets with core economic driving forces while also having high barriers to new development. These two key factors can be indicators of sustainable demand.

1031s versus Opportunity Zones

“If you take anything away from today’s discussion, I just can’t stress how important it is to discuss and get this in front of your clients as soon as possible, well before they contemplate their real estate (or capital asset transaction). Individuals who fail to plan adequately and get a good team of advisors around them will quickly lose one of the best opportunities that they have had in years.” Wise words to end on, by Jean-Louis Guinchard.