The popular term “PropTech” is projected to disappear as real estate digitization continues, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the U.S. housing market is analyzed, China’s home prices continue to fall, and more.
The Biden administration’s Buy Clean Task Force turns its attention to sustainable construction materials, Florida Restaurateurs begin to use nonfungible tokens (NFTs), the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest in hydrogen and nuclear technologies, and more.
A Florida home for sale offers a property deed via an NFT, nuclear power is projected to play an important role in the climate crisis, a Spanish real estate developer aims to set up an office in the the metaverse Decentraland, and more.
The Biden Administration announces the Building Performance Standards Coalition, commercial real estate sales in the metaverse topped $500 million in 2021, the New York eviction ban expires, and more. Continue Reading ›
The future of traditional real estate skills for virtual land buys is questioned, China’s property sector might experience policy easing, U.S. commercial real estate sales set records in 2021, and more.
China’s real estate market continues to face difficulty, Biden’s infrastructure development plans for the U.S. involve rehabilitation versus sweeping national buildouts, the value proposition of real estate in the metaverse is questioned, and more.
Commercial real estate trends are forecasted for 2022, proptech startups strategize the use of the $32 billion of venture capital raised last year, real estate sales in Manhattan break 30-year records, and more.
Proptech and digital real estate are poised for growth in 2022, millennials continue to supercharge the housing market, real estate brokers and agents can leverage gaming technology to showcase property, and more.
President Biden signs the bipartisan infrastructure bill into law, plants like hemp and algae could help minimize the environmental footprint of high-rise buildings, construction groups sue over the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) new vaccine rule, and more.
The Real Estate and Construction industry may be huge, but ultimately, as with all industries, it comes down to the people who help make it all come together. From time to time, we like to profile some of those people.
Joe Rich is CIO and a senior vice president at The Related Companies, an owner, operator and fund manager of real estate based in New York City. Rich has been with Related for five years as the CIO. Prior to that, he was CIO at New York-based real estate developer Tishman Speyer.