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Do EREIT Returns Measure Real Estate Returns?
Journal of Property Finance (1996)
  • Steven E. Moss, Georgia Southern University
  • Howard C. Schneider, Georgia State University
Abstract
Tests for correlation between the NCREIF (NC) Index and EREIT Index. A multiple time series methodology is used to control for spurious correlation, allow for leading and lagging relationships, and to control for autoregressive moving average processes found in the time series. The underlying variables generating returns for the investor, current cash flow and capital appreciation, are analysed separately. Significant correlation is found between the NC cash flows and EREIT dividends. Significant correlation is not observed between the NC portfolio and EREIT when capital values are analysed. Suggests that one or both series are not a good measure of real estate returns.
Keywords
  • Multiple time series,
  • Property,
  • Securitization
Disciplines
Publication Date
1996
DOI
10.1108/09588689610119748
Citation Information
Steven E. Moss and Howard C. Schneider. "Do EREIT Returns Measure Real Estate Returns?" Journal of Property Finance Vol. 7 Iss. 2 (1996) p. 58 - 74 ISSN: 0958-868X
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steven_e_moss/35/