As real estate contributes nearly 40 percent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally, a deeper understanding with investors, managers, tenants and policy makers of climate risk for the commercial real estate sector is starting to develop.
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The rapid spread of coronavirus could force more investors to seek shelter in core assets.
After following a model that had been largely unchanged for decades, investment management consultants are reshaping the way they do business to meet new challenges.
The Italian hospitality market is a unique market segment that is attractive to both domestic and international investors.
Could the way we currently look at the world be harming us? Does it stop us from forming important new ideas? These two key questions were posed to delegates at our Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Europe conference this year by Chris Kutarna, a social scientist from Oxford Saïd Business School, and the co-author of Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance.
While German investors still display confidence in many parts of their domestic retail market, international investors are very cautious, especially with regard to eastern German shopping centres.
The German office real estate market outlook remains bright, despite fears that the country’s economy will continue to stutter in the short to medium term.
There is a growing consensus that a significant blurring will occur between retail and other real estate sectors. But how will the mixed-use concept manifest itself in European shopping centres?
Pictet Group, the Swiss multinational private bank and financial services company, has closed its first direct real estate fund with €700 million in capital commitments.
In early September 2019, Global Property Research officially announced the launch of three index series containing listed real estate securities with an overlay provided by GRESB, the leader in evaluating the ESG performance of real estate and infrastructure investments across the world.