Current trends in society also affect the property market. Environmental issues, customer experience, and understanding the need of greater cooperation together with the growing importance of the family resonate in many ongoing discussions.
Higher demand for flexible offices and co-working space.
Corporates are recognizing that their estate is a key part of their employee’s workplace experience and a way of differentiating themselves in the war on talent and so are investing in wellbeing facilities, staff cafés and flexible working technology.
The unstoppable rise of property as a service to meet intensified customer demands.
Landlords should also seek to ensure that their buildings remain attractive to their customer base. Today´s customers have more information at their disposal, they demand more loudly their needs to be met and when they do not find what they want, they turn to competition. This also applies to the real estate sector. Demand for technology or emphasis on environmental aspects is becoming a standard.
Implementing of technologies based on data analytics (PropTech) that enable to make smarter, faster, data-driven decisions.
Effective use of technology to collect and analyze data about the building and its occupiers will improve the way an organization can segment and communicate with its customers, while allowing organizations to enhance the customer experience.
According to Marc Leubner, Executive Director at KPMG Deal Advisory, the following trends have been identified in the Slovak real estate market:
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