COVID-19 has brought much uncertainty, but it has also solidified several ongoing trends.
These trends are expected to have a critical influence on how real estate markets will fare over the coming years. Understanding their longer-term impacts will be key to future success.
If you are interested in news from the Real Estate sector, KPMG in Slovakia regularly shares inspiring analyzes or case studies from around the world.
2021 Global Construction Survey
Over recent decades, the construction industry has invested heavily in construction methods, controls, risk management and technology. This has benefited the sector in responding to the pandemic. The 2021 Global Construction Survey shows that a vast majority of contractors expect revenue growth over the next year, and nearly 30 percent believe this will be 10 percent or more.
54% of the Real Estate industry believes COVID-19 is forcing sustainability considerations up the agenda
COVID-19 and sustainability were the two main factors shaping the industry in the past year. The pandemic drove down office use by 2,8x while using offices for collaboration was up by 15%. Innovations are providing the answer that real estate stakeholders are looking for. The 6th edition of KPMG’s Real Estate Innovations Overview presents numerous examples of inspiring innovations from all over the world, such as AI tech for optimizing energy consumption or UV-light equipped robots ensuring consistent cleaning cycles.
Real estate data and ESG reporting - podcast
How can real estate organizations achieve their ESG reporting needs and goals? What does a data and digitalization strategy look like in the decarbonization journey? How does investing in technology help achieve a successful ESG program? Listen to the podcast Talking Asset Management with KPMG from our colleagues from KPMG US who answer these and other key questions.
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KPMG firms collaborate across the globe, addressing the needs of clients, making bold decisions on investing together and serving the needs of KPMG professionals, wherever they work. Discover KPMG in numbers.
ESG implementation guide
Boards and executives increasingly see ESG as important to long-term value creation and need to meet investor demand for ESG information in a way that drives value for the company and society.
Read our implementation guide for sustainable value creation, made in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, the Bank of America and other Big 4.
Global Real Estate Conference: Insights
KPMG International hosted our annual Global Real Estate conference for over 400 real estate executives. Watch the video recordings on a range of topics such as COVID-19 and its influence on real estate values, Smart Buildings, Smart Future or State of the European Public Real Estate Market.
Real Estate Podcast
Global Asset Management (AM) Perspectives brings together KPMG leaders and major market players from around the world to provide you with insights into the ever-evolving asset management, real estate and private equity landscape. Our monthly podcasts will cover a range of topics and discussions, including global and regional views, ESG, regulations, investment strategies, and more.
Realizing value in Real Estate
Our Real Estate Practice provides you with informed perspectives, robust insights & practical solutions throughout the asset & investment life cycle.
Making better predictions in Real Estate valuations
Real Estate portfolios are facing increasing volatility. Managers and investors will need to become much more sophisticated in the way they predict the future.
The pandemic has put many of the traditional real estate market fundamentals under pressure. And nobody really knows what the long-term impact will be on the way people will live, work and play.
Data strategy survey: Better data, better decisions
The data strategy study focused on gaining an understanding of data management trends in the commercial real estate industry, including data governance, capture, aggregation, analysis and visualization.
Key findings from the survey:
- 57% of respondents said they have a coordinated strategy.
- Due to remote working/COVID-19, 34% indicated their plans for data strategy implementation have been accelerated.
- 75% of respondents cited Excel as a primary analytical tool. Yet, 69% admitted to being too reliant on Excel.