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The challenge with investing in healthy buildings

Investors believe health and well-being initiatives are worthwhile, but find it hard to quantify any increase in value from these measures.
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Walking the talk of GRESB’s Real Estate Benchmark

A decade has passed since the first GRESB Real Estate Benchmark, and despite substantial improvements in the sector’s performance, there is more to do.

Asia moves ahead of the retail curve

Strong economic growth, the embracing of omni-channel retailing and the status of the shopping mall are among the reasons for the region’s retail resilience.

How Australia is still the lucky country for RE investors

An election win for the business-friendly Coalition and the prospect of fiscal and monetary stimulus has put a fresh smile on the faces of real estate investors, our Australia roundtable says.

Australia roundtable: Still the lucky country for property investors

An election win for the business-friendly Coalition and the prospect of fiscal and monetary stimulus has put a fresh smile on the faces of real estate investors, our Australia roundtable says.

Office sector leads the way on ESG

Investors want all buildings to be sustainable, but some property sectors are more difficult than others.

ESG Investor Survey: Shades of green and regional differences

Concern about environmental, social and governance issues is global, but practices and priorities vary around the world.

ESG Investor Survey: The diligent approach to investing responsibly

Real estate investors are undertaking detailed assessments of ESG credentials, with a strong focus on environmental sustainability.

ESG Investor Survey: Moving front and center

Environmental, social and governance issues are key to investor decision-making, but there are variances in attitude between regions.

ESG Investor Survey: Quantifying good intentions

Institutions believe ESG measures are at least neutral for returns, but there is a clear need for more quantifiable and comparable performance data.
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