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Most lease agreements between landlords and tenants have a provision for a direct link between the annual rent amount and inflation. Annually, or over different periods in a number of countries, the amount of the rent is increased by the percentage of inflation over that period. The study entitled Inflation and Real Estate Investments by Brad Case and Susan Wachter shows that listed real estate has provided a good hedge against future inflation, better even than equities and inflation-linked bonds:
Inflation Protection Succes Rates by Property Type
Source: Bradford Case, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts®, Susan M. Wachter, University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School, Department of Real Estate ; University of Pennsylvania – Finance Department,
Date Written: November 29, 2011