Portfolio Net Assets
Estimated Annual Expenses
Expenses are estimated each year based on projected expense and asset levels. Differences between actual expenses and the estimate are adjusted quarterly and are reflected in current investment results.
The Account’s total annual expense deduction appears in the Account's prospectus, and may be different than that shown herein due to rounding. Please refer to the prospectus for further details.
52 Week Range
|$17.50B||0.90%||$280.4498 - $306.9142|
|As of close||As of|
Margaret Brandwein is managing director and portfolio manager for the TIAA-CREF organization. Ms. Brandwein is head of the Real Estate Account investment team. Previously, she held various positions within the commercial real estate and mortgage finance areas. She joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 1977. Ms. Brandwein earned a B.A. in Education from Queens College, and an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University.
Thomas Garbutt is a senior managing director and Head of Global Real Estate for the TIAA-CREF organization. He is responsible for the firm's global equity real estate activities including acquisitions, capital markets sales and financing and portfolio and asset management. He joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 1982 and has 30 years of experience in the real estate finance and investment industries. Mr. Garbutt is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Pension Real Estate Association, the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers and The Real Estate Roundtable. He holds a B.S. in business administration from Binghamton University and an M.S. in real estate investment from New York University.
The portfolio management team believes that by constructing a portfolio consisting mainly of high-quality commercial real estate properties, they can create the potential for consistent income and appreciation of investments. The philosophy behind the TIAA Real Estate Account is based on a disciplined investment approach combined with a research-driven portfolio construction process, which forms a solid foundation for generating consistent long-term performance.
The risks associated with investing in the Real Estate Account include the risks associated with real estate ownership including among other things fluctuations in property values, higher expenses or lower income than expected, risks associated with borrowing and potential environmental problems and liability, as well as risks associated with participant flows and conflicts of interest. For a more complete discussion of these and other risks, please consult the prospectus.