NCREIF

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NCREIFNational Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries
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Table 1 compares the returns to farmland investments (income plus capital gain less property taxes), as measured by the NCREIF and the 32-state farmland aggregate, to alternative asset classes.
real estate prices are proxied by NPI (NCREIF Index).
At a national level, private real estate returns reflected in the NCREIF Property Index have tapered off, slipping below 10% for the first time since the market recovered from the last downturn.
Provided by the NCREIF, the NTI tracks total returns from a large sample of geographically diverse timberland properties in the United States.
For the mall segment, base rents rose 17.2% in 2014, marking the strongest annual gain since ICSC and NCREIF began tracking the data series in 2000; and increased 15.3% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2014, making it the fifth consecutive quarter with a double-digit gain.
(1998) Two Decades of Commercial Property Returns: A NCREIF Index Using Independent Appraisals, Working Paper, Cincinnati, O.H: University of Cincinnati.
"The Data Consortium XML standards have been incorporated into a new Web-based data submission system that NCREIF will use to collect data on approximately $100 billion worth of properties every quarter from members such as Lend Lease, JP Morgan, Prudential Real Estate Investors, UBS Realty and others," Fisher noted.
First, the historical NCREIF data and the REEFM data were both used separately to construct the diversification hurdle rates.
Using data from the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) and other sources, the authors compare historical risk and returns on apartments with those on other property types, fixed-income investments, and equities.
Moreover, the NCREIF Property Index (NPI) consisting of core institutional property markets in the U.S.
Other than transaction-specific capitalization rates reported by RCA, CoStar, and REIS, or the averages of specific property data as defined by NCREIF, the surveys generally produce large ranges that do not really even correlate to each other.