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The risk seesaw was devised by JLL to illustrate the influences it expects to see on the investment market for office and retail property and show the opportunity-risk ratio of an investment. The greater the seesaw is tilted to the right, the greater the dominance of opportunities. The tilt of the seesaw signals whether the compensation required to balance out current market risks (yield gap between an office investment and a risk-free interest rate, for example with a German government bond) has to be high or low.
The risk seesaw is a stylised model that has a holistic view of the investment market and should show the variation in the opportunity-risk ratio. At the same time, a possible offsetting of the individual influencing factors (packages on the seesaw) is implied.
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27 September 2015