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Major urban developers and asset managers, with their deep pockets, need to take the reins of urban sustainability efforts to reach mandates from regulators as well as investors.
There are significant follow-on financial effects as the real estate industry looks to decarbonize, but there is a lot that managers can do, say CRREM's Sebastian Leutner and Ben Höhn.
Standardized regulatory frameworks and transparent data are needed around sustainable investing to drive informed decisions, says our panel.
Regulators are targeting the real estate sector – which is responsible for 39% of European carbon emissions – and the market is responding.
Balancing a house on one side of a seesaw with piles of money on the other
Bringing real estate to a wider audience means satisfying sometimes conflicting demands.
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Fundraising and deployment stalled in a difficult year, but stabilizing interest rates are gradually reassuring investors in the region.
Arrows flowing up in the shape of houses with dollar signs in them
Growth in fractional real estate investing and crowdfunding is showcasing the need for reliable information.
The city's chief climate officer is ‘serious’ about enforcing Local Law 97 to reduce carbon emissions of the city’s biggest assets by 2030.
As innovation continues, private real estate owners and investors can expect to see the regulatory and social structures remain dynamic for years to come, writes Jennifer Waters.
With ESG compliance now at the heart of the journey to core, sustainability has become the non-negotiable differentiator between prime and sub-prime buildings. Doug Morrison explores the metrics that matter.
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