The latest of the European non-listed real estate industry
Events, bringing the community together
INREV’s inaugural event in Wiesbaden in 2003 marked the official launch of the association. Ever since, events have played a crucial role in bringing the community together. Hedda Hollander, Director of Events and Education, shared her observations with IQ. Read more
In April 2023 INREV celebrates its 20th anniversary, and this important milestone gives us the opportunity to reflect on our history and achievements. In this special edition of IQ magazine, we invite you to join us on a journey through the last 20 years and beyond, exploring where we’ve come from, where we are now, and where we could be heading.
INREV Website Redesign
INREV instigated the website redesign in response to members’ feedback, particularly the membership survey undertaken in 2020 and member user testing completed in 2021. A huge thanks to all the twenty members who participated in the card sorting activities and the one-to-one interviews helping us to work out what was intuitive and how and where we could improve the user experience. Read more
Smart contracts for real estate investment
For all the technological advances seen in many parts of the real estate business, transactions – both for assets and for funds – are still a costly and time-consuming process. One solution to this problem could be creating automated transaction systems, where human involvement is replaced by digital ledger-based technology (DLT). Smart contracts are at the heart of these systems.
Powerful new tools for INREV and ANREV
Initiated in 2018 as a joint endeavour between INREV and ANREV, the members of both associations are now starting to see big improvements to the back and front ends of their database operations. These benefits are most apparent when members come to enter data for the INREV/ANREV indices or extract statistics and analyses for their own use. Read more
Welcome - July 2021
This edition of the IQ is published just a couple of weeks after the INREV Young Professionals Seminar where we were joined by 150 of tomorrow’s leaders to look at the latest trends and hot topics under the theme of ‘Open for business: preparing for a post COVID world’ and you can read some of the key highlights in this edition. Read more
Digitisation and tokenisation technologies could ease vehicle access
For all the advances in the marketplace over recent years, investment into private commercial real estate – both vehicles and individual assets – is still a cumbersome process. Real estate transactions involve a number of different stages and multiple intermediaries, such as lawyers and agents, who help reduce risk for all participants but add time and cost.
Welcome - May 2021
In this edition of the IQ we look closer at many of the topics which were highlighted in the programme at the flagship INREV Annual Conference last month. Read more
A Question of ethics
Property investment has always been data driven, but in the last few years, the volume and variety of data available to support the decisions we make has grown significantly. As the rate of growth increases, we can expect to see more data become available and for decision making to become more informed by data analytics. Read more
A unique blend of professional education in non-listed real estate
Education and Training has always been a main pillar of INREV membership but it has never been easier for members to make use of this service, with increased access and a wider range of offerings from training courses to eLearning to online courses blending the two approaches, and not forgetting the only academically accredited certificate in the non-listed real estate industry, the INREV/Henley Cert Read more