Nashville (Tenn.) & Davidson County Benefit Board committed $33 million to J.P. Morgan Chases Strategic Property Fund and $33 million to Prudentials PRISA Fund, said Celia Kirby, metropolitan treasurer. Funding will come from cash, she said. The changes resulted from an asset allocation study conducted for the $1.5 billion plan by consultant Segal Advisors, which recommended using external real estate managers. Real estate is classified as part of the plans alternatives allocation, which is 5% of total assets, she said. The real estate allocation now is fully funded.