If an economy is growing, surely everybody must win? Not quite.
Mark Roe, professor at Harvard Law School, explores the housing markets and global crash.
The IMF looks at global houses prices, and asks if we should be worried.
In a new era of global competition, cities will compete with each other for talent and capital. This battle will be won or lost on the basis of liveability.
There’s a growing demand for transparency, and the real estate industry has been listening.
Research has shown the cost of renting in cities around the world – including as a percentage of the average salary.
The Nightingale 1.0 model works on the principle of reducing construction costs, and connecting directly with potential buyers.
Urban planners tend to be wary of green infrastructure, but changing mindsets could bring environmental and social developments.
Intelligent buildings raise the risk of cyberattacks on real estate.
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The entire real estate industry that has to rethink how new technologies as well as demographic shifts will impact jobs, skills and business models.