Emerging Trends in Real Estate® - The global outlook for 2014

Emerging Trends in Real Estate®
The global outlook for 2014

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About the report

The Emerging Trends in Real Estate© US, Europe and Asia Pacific reports are produced annually by the Urban Land Institute and PwC following interviews with the most senior property professionals. Over many years, they have become key indicators of sentiment in their respective regions.

We have drawn together those regional insights for this global report, highlighting the most relevant investment and development trends. A common theme across all three regions is the need this year for many investors to move up the risk curve as competition for core assets intensifies.

But it is clear that investors are paying greater heed than ever before to long-term demographic trends, as well as the latest advances in placemaking. This report, therefore, reflects the outlook for 2014 and beyond.

 

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Globally, direct investment in real estate is almost back at the pre-crisis level and increasingly the impetus is attributable to sovereign wealth fund and institutional capital, much of it from Asia.

Capital flows
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Here we interviewed respected property players from each region to get further insight into their respective territories and an indication of how the recent shift up the risk curve differs from market to market.

Attitudes to risk across the world
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The placemaking agenda is being driven by a desire to make spaces more relevant. We look at Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay and London's King's Cross developments.

Placemaking – reaping the rewards
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Long term demographic trends can pose uncomfortable questions for some investors who are only now recovering from the fallout from the global financial crisis and starting to generate decent returns from property.

Demographics at work

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Capital flows

Globally, direct investment in real estate is almost back at the pre-crisis level and increasingly the impetus is attributable to sovereign wealth fund and institutional capital, much of it from Asia.

Attitudes to risk across the world

Here we interviewed respected property players from each region to get further insight into their respective territories and an indication of how the recent shift up the risk curve differs from market to market.

Placemaking – reaping the rewards

The placemaking agenda is being driven by a desire to make spaces more relevant. We look at Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay and London's King's Cross developments.

Demographics at work

Long term demographic trends can pose uncomfortable questions for some investors who are only now recovering from the fallout from the global financial crisis and starting to generate decent returns from property.


 
 
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