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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

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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.   Read more

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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

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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

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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

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Unlocking the potential of non-listed real estate data

As a private asset-class, non-listed real estate began with a lack of publicly available data – a hindrance that could often deter new investors. So, from its early years, INREV set out to collect members’ data, with the aim of increasing transparency in the sector.  Read more

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Welcome - February 2021

Technology has been a lifeline for the real estate industry through the COVID-19 pandemic. It has allowed most of us to continue working from home, interacting with colleagues and clients via the online meeting services that we have come to know and (mostly) love.   Here at INREV, technology has helped keep all our services operating, from indices and research to the more interactive areas of training and events.   Read more

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INREV Annual Conference 2020

Between 28 and 29 September 2020, we held the Annual Conference in a hybrid online setting from the #INREV Live Online Studio. Around 620 members logged into the online platform from 27 countries around the globe, to hear 15 speakers across 10 sessions discuss topics related to the overarching theme of, ‘Business Interrupted: Building Resilience for the new norm’.  Read more

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Welcome - December 2020

Welcome to the final edition of the INREV IQ magazine for 2020.  This year will be one that most of us remember for a long time, though probably without too much affection. From INREV’s viewpoint, the coronavirus pandemic has presented many challenges to our organisation and the non-listed real estate industry, both in its impact on economies and markets and the way we have all had to work. Read more

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Welcome - September 2020

In these unusual times, we are all having to learn to adapt and be flexible. As the progress of the coronavirus and governments’ responses to it are proving unpredictable, it’s often a question of ‘managing just in case’ rather than ‘managing just in time’. Read more