Paul Comstock was published in the August issue of Trust & Estates magazine as he examines the often misunderstood investment class of Real Estate. Investing in real estate is often thought as an “alternative” to the generally utilized asset classes like stock and bonds. However, in light of what defines a long-term investment, Paul discusses how real estate should be considered as a primary asset class and a core holding. To fully utilize this asset class, an investor needs to have an understanding of the characteristics that makes investing in real estate not only unique, but desirable. You can read more about it in, “Investment Real Estate: Why it’s a core family asset class.”
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