The impact of covid is still being felt, and yet many parts of the world are now moving toward living with the virus rather than putting strict rules on how they can work. It is affecting real estate markets, and demand is going up in areas like offices, retail, and hotels that have been hit hard by restrictions, like retail and hotels. However, uncertainty will be a big theme in the future because there are still concerns about new variants, new geopolitical issues, and high inflation. In the face of the pandemic, real estate investment has shown that it can stay strong. Because investment volumes around the world rose again in 2022. We have listed the global trends in the real estate market that you should not miss in this article.
There is a lot going on right now in the office investment market. In 2022, there is expectation for a lot of activity. They are most interested in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France. Income-focused investment managers are also interested in the Netherlands.
Hotels are likely to have a record year in 2022, thanks to private equity investors, who could make up almost half of the volume next year. They're especially interested in the UK and the US.
There is going to be a lot more interest from investment managers in the next few years. In 2022, private equity is going to make up more than half of all investment demand.
Investors are becoming more interested in the residential sector as a whole. Sources of money are likely to come from a wide range of places, like the US, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, and Japan.
Sustainability in Real Estate
Real estate has a big role to play in dealing with the climate crisis, which has implications for every part of the world's economy. Investors at the top level are getting more and more concerned about risk, regulatory changes, and the need to make money. It is driving the demand for sustainable real estate all over the world. While investing in environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is becoming more popular, it is still unclear how much money investors, landlords, and developers can make by focusing on these issues.