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The firm's vice-president, Damien Georges, explains how valuation for these assets can be a challenge.
In the age of big data, technology is becoming an essential tool for service providers and their real estate investment management clients, say experts at Alter Domus.
To avoid being swamped by information, managers are turning to increasingly effective digital solutions, say Deloitte Consulting’s head of US real estate John D’Angelo and Alan James, senior vice-president at RealPage.
New tech-related strategies and tools are providing real estate managers and investors with a hedge against recession, writes Rob Teel, senior vice-president, global solutions, at Yardi.
Digital innovations mean investment professionals have vast quantities of data, but the right tools and analysis are essential to create higher returns, argue Allianz Real Estate’s Alexander Gebauer and Nuveen Real Estate’s Jack Sibley
Lower interest rates and healthy demand will support property values in the coming year, say Rod Cornish, managing director, and David Roberts, associate director of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets.
Benign interest rates with continued urbanization and economic growth, supports the case for Asia-Pacific real estate, say investors.
Ignore the increasingly feverish political climate: a healthy US economy is still a big draw for investors in the Americas, argue executives from Allianz, Ivanhoé Cambridge and MIRA Real Estate.
Climate change is the health and economic challenge of our time, writes Abigail Dean, Nuveen Real Estate’s head of sustainability.
Modest growth is expected in European property markets as macro-economic momentum dissipates, but the sector still offers attractive returns, say experts from Allianz, Ivanhoé Cambridge and MIRA Real Estate.

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