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Fractional Cointegration Analysis of Securitized Real Estate


Camilo Serrano


IAZI AG - CIFI SA

Martin Hoesli


University of Geneva - Graduate School of Business (HEC-Geneva); University of Aberdeen - Business School; Swiss Finance Institute

February 23, 2012

Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Vol. 44, No. 3, 2012

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This paper uses fractional cointegration analysis to examine whether long-run relations exist between securitized real estate returns and three sets of variables frequently used in the literature as the factors driving securitized real estate returns. That is, we examine whether such relationships are characterized by long memory (long-range dependence), short memory (short-range dependence), mean reversion (no long-run effects) or no mean reversion (no long-run equilibrium). The forecasting implications are also considered. Empirical analyses are conducted using data for the U.S., the U.K., and Australia. We find strong evidence of fractional cointegration between securitized real estate and the three sets of variables. Such relationships are mainly characterized by short memory although long memory is sometimes present. The use of fractional cointegration for forecasting purposes proves particularly useful since the start of the financial crisis.

Keywords: Fractional cointegration, Fractionally integrated error correction model (FIECM), Forecasting, Multifactor models, Securitized real estate, REITs

JEL Classification: G17, G11, C53

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Date posted: February 24, 2012  

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Serrano, Camilo and Hoesli, Martin, Fractional Cointegration Analysis of Securitized Real Estate (February 23, 2012). Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Vol. 44, No. 3, 2012. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2010041

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Camilo Serrano
IAZI AG - CIFI SA ( email )
Tramstrasse 10
Zurich, CH-8050
Germany
Martin Edward Ralph Hoesli (Contact Author)
University of Geneva - Graduate School of Business (HEC-Geneva) ( email )
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Geneva 4, 1211
Switzerland
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University of Aberdeen - Business School ( email )
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United Kingdom
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Swiss Finance Institute ( email )
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1211 Geneva, CH-6900
Switzerland

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