The theme that emerged more than any other during the Emerging Trends interviews with industry leaders was the surprising resilience of the economy and of property markets generally since the pandemic hit, inspiring greater confidence in the industry’s collective capacity to adapt to changing market conditions and future unknown risks.
The Global Real Estate DEI Survey 2021 presents results from the only corporate study of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) management practices and data benchmarking in the commercial real estate industry, including 161 unique companies, 435,000 full-time employees, and $2.4 trillion in AUM in North America, Asia Pacific, and Europe.
Infrastructure, land use, and real estate development are intrinsically linked. Over the coming years, U.S. communities face many challenges that will be difficult to manage, including a lack of housing affordability, entrenched inequities in the built environment, and a changing climate. These issues are compounded by the combined challenge of maintaining current infrastructure while needing to invest in forward-looking infrastructure. This framework guides ULI’s infrastructure-related work and connects the topic to best real estate development and land use practices.
Inspiration and big ideas from successful, interesting, entrepreneurial ULI leaders in Asia Pacific who are passionate about improving the places where we live, work and play.
This year's report explores a clear upturn in confidence among property industry leaders as many come to terms with the radical changes to the business of real estate brought about or accelerated by COVID-19.
Stable Residents, Stable Properties is an applied policy research project that aims to improve resident stability and define a sustainable vision for the tenant-landlord relationship. This project evaluates the current challenges and state of practice; identifies the core values and objectives that a policy framework should advance; and develops a framework to guide policymaking efforts moving forward.