In the latest Global Risk Survey done by Oxford Economics, geopolitical tensions emerged as the primary short-term risk for businesses. This concern is also pertinent to the private real estate industry, as global conflicts could negatively impact property returns.
Abby Rosenbaum, associate director at Oxford Economics, joins PERE editor Evelyn Lee in the new episode of Spotlight to discuss the impacts of geopolitical uncertainty on real estate performance.
Listen to the podcast below:
To download Oxford Economics’ report on real estate as well as latest analysis from Abby, please click here to visit our real estate insights page.
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