Real Estate 2020: Building the future
June 16, 2014
|Real Estate 2020: Building the future|
Monday, June 16, 2014 at 03:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time
As confidence returns to real estate, the industry faces a number of fundamental shifts that will shape its future. We have looked into the likely changes in the real estate landscape over the coming years and identified the key trends which, we believe, will have profound implications for real estate investment and development.
In the past few years, demand for private capital for real estate investment and supporting infrastructure has increased enormously. In the emerging economies, the great migration to the cities, growing population and swelling middle class are creating a desperate need for more urban real estate. In the advanced economies, the cities are also growing, although not so rapidly, while technology, demographics and environmental issues are becoming new value drivers.
Looking to 2020 and beyond, the real estate industry will continue find itself at the center of rapid economic and social change. Further, additional trends may become evident as dynamic changes in technology continue to shape how the world does business. Given the relatively long development cycles for real estate, now is the time start planning so you can capitalize on these changes.
In this webcast, we will share insights and open a dialog around how we can help you on your journey into this exciting future.
The webcast will highlight the pertinent opportunities and challenges the real estate industry faces including but not limited to:
- Global megatrends – real estate’s changing landscape
- Implications for real estate investment and development and the “real estate life cycle”
- Impact of technology and sustainability on operations and valuations
- Success factors for global or regional players
- Recent transaction trends – “non-traditional” activity expanding the definition of “real estate”
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