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A Barclays survey shows people with more than $800,000 to invest are steering clear of stocks and bonds, and moving into
real estate. Click here to see a story about the survey.
The wealthier the person, the more likely they are to
prefer real estate, the British bank found. One reason is, they believe real estate, both residential and
commercial, is a good investment given the depressed prices.
Aside from their home country, the respondents felt
the United States held the greatest real estate opportunities.
What about the Indianapolis area? Would you rather
have your money in local real estate or in stocks and bonds?