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Sprott Global Real Estate Fund
Why Invest in Property Assets?
- Consistent income streams
- Potential hedge against inflation
- Leverage to economic growth
What are Property Investments?
Property is an essential component of the global economy and includes commercial and residential real estate assets around the world.
Today’s global property investment market has been transformed by increasing adoption of REITs and REIT-like structures, as more countries seek to encourage broader public investment in commercial real estate.
What are REITs?
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate. In general, REITs are required to distribute the majority of their taxable net income to investors. REITs must also adhere to certain restrictions on their operations, organization and ownership. In return, REITs do not have to pay corporate taxes on the net income and capital gains they distribute, thereby reducing their tax burden.
Property investments can be divided into the following key sectors: Office, Retail,Multi-Family Residential and Industrial.
The key driver of demand for office space across the globe is job growth. While this can lead to volatility in the sector, the long-term nature of office leases provides a mitigating factor leading to relatively stable cash flow streams coupled with upside growth potential.
The performance of retail property assets is driven by retailer demand for space in the short term and by trends in consumer spending over the long term. Multi-year lease structures that often incorporate regular rent increases, generate relatively stable, long-term cash flow streams.
The main performance drivers of these assets include employment levels, the available supply of rental housing and competition from for-sale housing. Although this sector tends to be more volatile, it can provide significant inflation protection and attractive return potential during periods of economic growth.
The performance is driven by trends in consumer spending, manufacturing and import/export activity. The industrial sector is generally viewed as relatively stable and defensive, due to the long-term nature of its lease structures.
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