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Harness opportunities in real estate investment, development and more

The shifts in market fundamentals, such as changing interest rates, a post-Covid shift in demand and ESG considerations, are reshaping the real estate landscape. Maintaining the status quo is no longer adequate for investors, managers, lenders, and developers seeking to navigate these changes successfully.

At Oxford Economics, we provide independent, forward-looking real estate intelligence to help you thrive in this new era of real estate. Our solutions help you quantify the impacts of economic, geopolitical, financial, demographic, climate and sector trends on the real estate market – so you can harness opportunities on real estate investment, development, management and more.

How we help

We provide independent, forward-looking intelligence that helps you quantify the impacts of inflation, interest rates, geopolitics, capital markets, climate change and sectorial trends on real estate investment returns, enabling you to optimise your strategies.

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Global Macro Service

With forecasts up to 2050, our service helps you navigate the influence of interest rates, long term rates, FX, employment growth on real estate performance, as well as compare returns with other assets classes.

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Real Estate Economics Service

Covering 5 property sectors across 32 countries, our service provides you with baseline and scenario forecasts for real estate.

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Climate Services

Our service helps you to assess the impact of climate change on growth and business outlook, helping inform decision-making for now and in the future.

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Why Oxford Economics

Independance

Our operational independence ensures we can provide the best analysis without institutional bias. Our real estate forecasts and data offer transparency into market drivers that are not available elsewhere.

Forecasting expertise

By integrating forecasting expertise with insights into the real estate market, we deliver forward-looking intelligence that enables clients to anticipate real estate performance.

Global perspective, local insights

Our unique combination of a global perspective and in-depth local insights allows us to deliver a comprehensive and nuanced view of the real estate landscape.

Breadth, depth, ease

Our solutions cover everything from forecasts to analysis, spanning Asia to the US, and can be accessed by real estate professionals through email, the research portal and more.

Latest real estate reports

Property sector risks haven’t gone away

Overall, the downturn in the property sector is much less severe than in some previous cycles, especially for residential property. This is good news for growth. Still, property sector risks haven't gone away yet, especially in the troubled commercial real estate (CRE) area.

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US REITs set to outperform the eurozone and UK in H1

We think that global real estate investment trust (REIT) prices will continue to grow in H1 on the expectation that a soft landing will sustain income growth and underlying asset values will find a floor.

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PERE: The impact of geopolitics on real estate returns

Oxford Economics' Abby Rosenbaum joins PERE to discuss the impacts of geopolitical uncertainty on real estate performance.

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Emerging credit opportunities in global CRE markets

The commercial real estate landscape has undergone considerable changes due to the recent surge in interest rates and emerging funding gaps. We think opportunities are likely to build over the year as debt maturity volumes intensify.

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Our expert team

Innes McFee, Chief Global Economist at Oxford Economics
Innes McFee

Chief Global Economist

Abigail Rosenbaum, Associate Director, Real Estate Economics at Oxford Economics
Abigail Rosenbaum

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

Mark Unsworth, Associate Director, Real Estate Economics at Oxford Economics
Mark Unsworth

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

Nick Wilson, Associate Director, Real Estate Economics at Oxford Economics
Nick Wilson

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

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