Back in 2011, a set of colleagues and I looked at the economic landscape and realized: Buying property was essentially a rebalancing move.
While the equity market had bounced back impressively from 2009 lows, in many areas real estate was still flattened out after the previous boom and bust, with the market burdened by oversupply and underwhelming demand.
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