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How sustainability fits into commercial real estate debt

Darren Rawcliffe
Director of Research, Real Estate, Europe
Green vines hanging off the side of a building

With over 70% of surveyed institutional investors now considering or planning to consider climate risk and the environmental and societal impact of their investment decisions1, it is becoming increasingly obvious that investment products should offer sustainable qualities in order to meet this growing demand. As a result of this trend, this paper looks at how commercial real estate (CRE) debt could be a popular choice.

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1 Source: Nuveen, 2023 Equilibrium Global Institutional Investor Survey.
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