CalPERS reducing exposure to residential real estate

CalPERS, which took a $700 million hit on its residential property portfolio, is working to reduce exposure to the sector. "We will be doing workouts on all of the projects. Some will be held and some will be liquidated," said George Diehr, vice president of the board and investment committee chairman. CalPERS is expected to address the issue at its November board meeting.

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