Bank-occupied offices ‘better’ than equities

In a commentary today on the defensive value of real estate, CBRE’s chief EMEA economist, Peter Damesik, argues that even in the most extreme circumstances, it is unlikely investors would experience a total loss if they buy an office occupied by a bank, making it better than owning shares in the banks themselves.

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