What is an institutional investor in real estate?

What is an Institutional Investor in Real Estate?

The term "institutional investor" refers to large-scale entities, such as pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, and real estate investment trusts (REITs), that invest significant amounts of capital in real estate assets on behalf of their stakeholders or beneficiaries. These investors typically have substantial resources, professional management teams, and long-term investment horizons, allowing them to participate in various real estate sectors, including commercial, residential, industrial, and hospitality properties.

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