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Alicia Villegas

Alicia Villegas is a reporter with Real Estate Capital, based in PEI Media’s London office. Her primary role is to provide news and analysis of the European real estate finance markets. Prior to joining PEI Media in 2017, she was Iberia Correspondent at InvestmentEurope, covering the asset management industry, with a focus on fund sectors. Previous roles have included reporting on the international seafood industry for Undercurrent News.
As people flock to cities offering a lower cost but higher quality of living, real estate investors are warming to these growth markets
With the challenged sector remaining in flux, landlords are starting to accommodate short-term leases to fill vacant spaces.
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The ongoing supply chain crisis is slowing new supply of warehouses, while occupiers secure more industrial space to accommodate ‘safety stock’ and bring nearshoring higher up the agenda.
Climate hazards are on the minds of real estate players, and are starting to impact their decision-making.
The sector offers stable financial returns and allows investors to deliver social returns, as they contribute to a high-quality living environment for the elderly, according to Bouwinvest’s Erwin Drenth
Reliable data, leveraging technology and automating wherever possible are key to making the right decisions to manage risk and drive performance, argues RealPage’s Mark Trocolar
A common vision and strong partnerships can create long-term benefits for citizens, while respecting the land for future generations, explains Canderel’s William Briscoe
ESG in real estate can provide tangible and measurable outcomes, which are crucial to meeting sustainability goals, Invesco’s Maximilian Kufer argues
It is possible to create real estate with a social voice and that has a positive impact for the community while also generating attractive returns for investors, says Yoo Capital’s Lloyd Lee
Real estate is in the early stages of ESG adoption, but there is a shared sense of urgency among its stakeholders to reduce the asset class’s carbon footprint, argues Hines’ Peter Epping

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