Real Estate



This chapter discusses various real estate trading strategies, including using real estate as a diversification tool in portfolios with traditional assets such as stocks and bonds, intra-asset diversification within real estate by criteria such as geographic area, type of property, size, proximity to a metropolitan area and economic region, strategies based on momentum in the real estate returns observed in various metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), including zero-cost strategies, which can be constructed by using alternative real estate vehicles such as real estate investment trusts (REITs) and futures and options on U.S. housing indexes based on different geographical areas, using real estate as an inflation hedge in some cases with emphasis on commercial real estate, which tends to adjust faster to inflationary price increases, and short-term fix-and-flip real estate strategies, which deal with real estate properties in distressed condition that require renovations.


Real estate Mixed-asset diversification Intra-asset diversification Geographic area Property type Economic region Economic activity Economic diversification Industrial properties Geographic diversification Metropolitan statistical area (MSA) Momentum effect Zero-cost strategies Real estate investment trust (REIT) Inflation hedging Commercial real estate Fix-and-flip Residential real estate Cash flow Mean-variance optimization Non-systematic risk Vector Autoregressive model (VAR) Real estate momentum Risk-adjusted return Traditional portfolio 


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