Emerging Trends in Real Estate

What is ‘Real Estate’?

Real estate is property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals or water, immovable property of this nature, an interest vested in this, an item of real property, buildings or housing in general.

 

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Trends in Real Estate

A kinder gentler real estate cycle?

Real estate fundamentals continue to steadily improve, transaction volume and prices are back to historical high levels. Despite the current length of the real estate market expansion, the amount of new supply remains at low levels. Has the real estate industry learned its lesson? Is this the first of more moderate real estate cycles to come?

The impact of labor scarcity on construction costs

Workers left the construction industry in the Global Financial Crisis. These workers have been slow to return as the economy has recovered. A shortage of construction workers is slowing down project time lines and pushing up total costs. Any idea as to what can be done to address this problem?

Gaining entry beyond the velvet rope

At a time when a number of markets are struggling with a shortage of affordable housing, opposition to potential solutions are on the rise.

Transformation through location choice

Business leaders are turning a widespread economic development approach on its head, transforming neighborhoods and cities in the process.

Ready for augmented reality?

Improvements in Augmented Reality, are enhancing the way we look at potential real estate uses. Brokers can use the technology in their business and it is melding the “clicks” experience with the “bricks.”

Recognizing the role of the small entrepreneurial developer

Nimbleness and local knowledge are not commodities, and several factors suggest that small and mid-sized developers have an increasingly significant role in the industry.

Blockchain for 21st Century real estate

Blockchain is the record-keeping technology functioning as the encrypted register of digital data. It has the potential to be a powerfully disrupting technology for real estate.

The connection of cities

Smart cities that take advantage of technological enhancements appear to be attracting more interest from investors as the use of technology by the city and its’ citizens drives economic growth.

Housing affordability

The affordability conversation now includes a distinction between “big-A” and “small-A” affordability. Big-A affordability refers to housing for low-income households, and Small-A affordability recognize that in many markets middle-income households are “housing stressed.”

Optionality

Both on the investor side and the user side of the market, optionality not just one use, not just one user, not just one user profile is gaining favor as the way to navigate cross-currents of volatile markets.

Although media often refers to the “real estate market” from the perspective of residential living, real estate can be grouped into three broad categories based on its use: residential, commercial and industrial. Examples of residential real estate include undeveloped land, houses, condominiums, and town homes; examples of commercial real estate are office buildings, warehouses, and retail store buildings; and examples of industrial real estate are factories, mines, and farms. If you want to reach out to Real Estate Executives and are facing challenges you can reach out to Dunlopmarketing. Their Real Estate Industry Executives mailing Lists guarantees you in providing the best global data available on Real Estate Industry Executives.

Written by:Andrea Price for Dunlopmarkerting
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