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Perspectives on today’s real estate market
- Alternative sectors are set to outperform traditional sectors
- Selectivity is key in traditional sectors
Rethinking urban centers and suburban life
- Strong conviction: U.S. sees demographic shifts in favor of suburbia, sunbelt cities and home working
- Subtle changes in Europe as culture, language, planning and transport support urban locations and Northern European living
- Large coastal U.S. cities are most at risk from home working; demographically older commuter cities are more exposed in Europe, while we are convinced that the office is unlikely to lose allure in Asian cities
Capital flows convictions
- Global central banks policies will remain very supportive for real estate flows and values
- We are set to see a sector rotation in the U.S., Europe and Asia