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Real Estate Predictions 2022

Building a more sustainable and future-proof business with the Real Estate Predictions 2022

Deloitte's Real Estate Industry predictions, developed by Deloitte Netherlands, discusses the Real Estate trends that will impact your business in 2022 and beyond. Read the Real Estate Predictions, which includes articles about ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance), smarter urban environments, AI-powered generative design, the flexible digital workforce, and digital and automated investor tax reporting in the Real Estate sector.


The Real Estate Predictions 2022


From advanced analytics for the cities of the future to meeting stakeholder expectations regarding Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues. Deloitte's Real Estate Industry predictions 2022, developed by Deloitte Netherlands, is an inspiring outlook on 2022 and beyond, based on Real Estate insights. Our predictions will help you to future-proof your Real Estate business.

Real Estate Prediction 1 | Creating smarter urban environments


When it comes to the design of buildings and land use planning for urban development, traditional processes result in a number of constraints. A data-centric approach to design, based on the power of AI and data analytics, could enhance a massive upgrade of urban and development planning. Here’s why and how.

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Real Estate Prediction 2 | Incorporating ESG: Living up to stakeholder expectations and business opportunities


Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues have emerged as a top focus, and companies need to respond to meet growing investor, tenant, and employee expectations. What can you do to prepare for the new market realities?

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Real Estate Prediction 3 | Driving into the future of Real Estate


The rise of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) and ridesharing technology is likely to revolutionize urban transportation and the impact. Also, the impact on Real Estate is likely to be profound and far-reaching. Discover how autonomous vehicles will disrupt our urban environments.

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Real Estate Prediction 4 | How AI can enhance urban planning, asset management and investments


Now more than ever, a clear understanding of the current and future supply-demand dynamics in Real Estate is key. Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools can drive real, tangible outcomes that will enhance decision-making. Here’s how.

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Real Estate Prediction 5 | CSRD: Booster for a sustainable Real Estate industry


The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSDR) will radically improve the existing financial and sustainability reporting requirements for many real estate organisations. This article will reflect on the proposed regulations, their impact on the Real Estate Industry and what you can do to be prepared as an organization.

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Real Estate Prediction 6 | The future of the housing business


The quality of housing management is becoming an increasingly important element for consumers. What do they expect of next-generation Real Estate management? And how can Real Estate management best address these needs?

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Real Estate Prediction 7 | Mobility hubs, the enabler of healthy urbanization?


A major challenge in many cities across Europe is the (growing) housing shortage. Mobility hubs are coined as the key solution for the transition to a more space-efficient transport system. Yet, only a few of them have been realized. So what can be expected of this trend?

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Real Estate Prediction 8 | The Value of Green Buildings


Buildings and construction processes need to become “greener” and more environmentally friendly. This is a cross-industry challenge for all stakeholders. What is happening in the field of regulation, how are start-ups stepping in, and how can all stakeholders prepare for a greener future?

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