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Real estate as permanent inflation hedge is 'nonsense'

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With macroeconomic factors and market sentiment dragging down yields, investors are wondering what to do with their real estate investments. For one of the most capital-intensive asset classes, isn't rising interest generally a bad sign? “Conventional wisdom saying that real estate would always be a good inflation hedge is nonsense.”

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