Rexx Index



With the GICS reclassification for real estate, a rent derivatives market extends hedging opportunities beyond the ability to manage real estate risk associated with interest rates and inflation, and rent derivatives gains the dominant position in the supply and demand of commercial real estate pricing.


As the emphasis on the new IRS 842 classification prompts new diversification and allocation to the real estate sector, holders of equity and debt will expect new financial instruments to reduce specific risk associated with balance sheet exposure and the ability to hedge supply and demand cycles of rent.

Copyright © 2016 Rexx Index, LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or distributed without prior written permission of Rexx Index, LLC or Frischer Kranz Inc. The information and material contained  is such that the use of the information represented is subject to license, and that the information may not be used in any manner contrary to or outside of the scope of the license under which it has been conveyed.  Rexx Index and FKI make no guarantee, warranty or representation regarding the information, its accuracy and any projections, opinions, or estimates used. Information has  been obtained from sources believed reliable, however, Rexx Index and FKI make no representation concerning the accuracy or completeness of such information and expressly disclaims any responsibility for any inaccuracy contained herein.