News | 11 Jan 2022

Introducing Oxford Economics’ new Real Estate Economics Service

Oxford Economics is proud to announce the launch of its new Real Estate Economics Service. The service helps companies understand the implications of macroeconomic, geopolitical, financial and climate change developments on private and public real estate performance. It is the first globally consistent and independent set of real estate forecasts, the service offers regular analysis and commentary from our highly experienced team of real estate economists.

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Real estate insights for real business impact

Oxford Economics’ Real Estate Economics Service makes it simple and easy to rapidly uncover the sort of strategic insights that would otherwise have required hours of meticulous research, allowing clients to plan and move forwards with confidence.

  1. Reporting. Consistent, independent and objective projections for property markets alongside our existing macroeconomic, industry, city and tourism forecasts.
  2. Strategic planning to support better asset allocation and investment decisions. Analysis rooted in a rigorous and transparent macroeconomic and cross-asset framework allows long-term investors to understand the performance of real estate with regard to other asset classes on a consistent basis.
  3. Risk assessment key to making investment decisions. For all types of investors, lenders and asset managers, the alternative projections based on our Global Scenario Service will enable any regulatory or commercial necessity to understand risk.
Included in the package:
What the experts say

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