Explore crucial lessons from funds that made strategic investments during economic downturns, and insights into how smaller funds can hold their own against the real estate Goliaths by differentiating their strategy through AI and connected data.
Resilience in real estate is more than a state of mind. It’s about having the right tools and strategies to face micro and macro challenges.
The Environmental Data Standards workgroup is leading an initiative to provide industry-wide, unified environmental data reporting standards
Amidst all the hype, it can be challenging to distinguish genuine value from noise, avoid the bullsh!t, and develop a strategy that truly benefits your organization. We dive into the essential components of creating an effective AI strategy.
The data and application landscape is fragmented and siloed, and we need to find a path forward that enables investors, managers, and underwriters to make better, faster, and more accurate decisions given this landscape.
For every intersection of geography, capital stack, investment, and asset class, there’s an abundance of applications and data solutions that add value to investors and operators – each evolved to meet a specific need – widely adopted by the industry.
In a world where diversity and inclusion have become buzzwords, a group of technology executives have decided to spark a dialogue within the real estate industry.
Real estate investment managers and fund administrators can now seamlessly collect and validate data from their service providers and partners, and leverage it for accurate and timely reporting.
In this four-part series, Cherre’s CEO L.D. Salmanson take a birds-eye view of the world of real estate data and technology that we inherited. Only after we understand the historical context can we identify opportunities to use technology to fundamentally shift how we invest, manage, and transact this global asset class called real estate.