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INREV professional standards enable consistency, allow peer-to-peer comparisons and promote market transparency. We are focused on creating an entirely transparent, competitive, efficient and sustainable industry by setting the benchmark for corporate governance, sustainability, accounting and reporting.

INREV is currently undergoing a review of the Guidelines, open for member consultation. Find out more here

Do you have questions about the INREV Guidelines, Assessments or other Standards tools? Please view the FAQ page

As part of INREV’s efforts to align the non-listed real estate industry globally, INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA are working together to create global standards to align the three regions of Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. The Global Definitions Database (GGD) is a common glossary of non-listed real estate terms, aligning the INREV Guidelines (Europe) with NCREIF PREA Reporting Standards (US) and ANREV definitions. 

INREV Guidelines
The INREV Guidelines set the standard for the non-listed real estate industry in Europe and Asia Pacific. They are divided into 9 modules covering best practice for investor reporting, corporate governance structures, valuation, liquidity and more.

Several key standardised templates that support the use of the INREV Guidelines include: Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ), Standard Data Delivery Sheet (SDDS), AssessmentsGlobal Definitions Database (GGD), a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA), a Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA), Debt and Derivatives Disclosure notes and a *NEW* Rent Collection Disclosure template

The Assessments allow fund managers to self-assess their vehicles’ compliance with 7 of the INREV Guidelines’ 9 modules. Vehicles receive a score which can be shared with investors and used for peer-to-peer comparison.

INREV Sustainability Best Practice Guidelines for sustainability reporting include industry crossover between GRESB, GRI, EPRA and INREV.

The Global ESG Library is an interactive library including reports and case studies from our members that illustrate best practice worldwide. 

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INREV Guidelines Review 2021 - member consultation open

INREV seeks comments from members on the first phase of proposed changes to the INREV Guidelines review which includes a revision of the Corporate Governance and Performance Measurement modules and an update to the Funds of Funds / Multi Manager DDQ. 

INREV Guidelines

The INREV Guidelines provide a sound basis for consistent and detailed information exchange and reporting to investors. The Guidelines are organised into nine modules and six have assessments.

INREV Guidelines Assessments

INREV Guidelines Modules

Standardised Templates


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Standards publications

Our library includes dozens of publications from INREV Professional Standards, including snapshots (publicly available) and full reports (members only). These include liquidity, reporting, fees and other topics.


ESG - best practice and library

INREV and ANREV have merged their libraries of ESG-related resources together to form a shared Global ESG Library for the non-listed real estate industry. Through the Global ESG Library, members will be enabled with robust and evolving depository of featured reports, papers, and case studies ranging from a variety of geographic locations (most notably Europe, and Asia Pacific). 

Global ESG Library

The INREV Sustainability Best Practice guidelines highlight best practice for sustainability reporting, providing industry crossover between GRESB, GRI, EPRA and INREV.
Best practice Video

IQ Magazine - Standards articles

The INREV Quarterly Magazine is the magazine of the non-listed real estate industry. Each quarter we publish articles on our Professional Standards activities.



INREV Professional Standards are largely the result of several committees dedicated to constantly updating and improving our guidelines and standards. These include committees for Due Diligence, Reporting, Secondary Markets and Liquidity and ESG.