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Timberland Investor Survey

Timberland Investor Survey

Positive but tempered expectations

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Timberland investment continues to be an attractive alternative investment strategy for many investors. Generally, these investors are drawn to stable cash flows, current yields, and the inflation hedging characteristics of the asset class. While interest in timberland investment remains strong, the
increasing number of market investors has led to a rise in sophistication and concern that attractively priced investments may be in shorter supply. Additionally, investors are considering the potential impact of
macroeconomic trends and globalization on the industry.

This survey report was designed to investigate investor profiles, attitudes and certain underwriting criteria, as well as forward looking sentiment on timberlands as a distinct investment class. 

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Peter Lyster
Managing Director,
Tax, Economic Valuation Services
KPMG LLP
206‑913‑4948
plyster@kpmg.com


Ann Nelson
Partner, Audit
KPMG LLP
208‑389‑6557
anelson@kpmg.com


Carol Murray
Manager, Senior
Tax, Economic & Valuation Services
KPMG LLP
206‑913‑4423
cemurray@kpmg.com

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