CapX Talk: The Future of Real Estate
Dramatic changes in technology, demographics, and policy are coming together to transform the commercial real estate industry. They are doing so in ways that will fundamentally alter how industry professionals—from investors and developers to builders and site managers—conduct business.
Based on findings from Real Trends: The Future of Real Estate in the United States, an MIT-authored white paper commissioned by Capital One® Commercial Bank, panelists will explore how topics such as new trends in affordable housing, innovative construction practices, the Internet of Things, and transit-oriented development will affect Boston’s commercial real estate market.
Diane is the COO of SVN International Corp., a commercial real estate franchisor with 200 offices and over 1,600 advisors and staff located in six countries.
The lead researcher of Real Trends, Albert is the Director of the MIT Center for Real Estate and Director of the Urban Economics Lab.
Lisa M. Greeley
A Senior Vice President at Capital One Commercial Banking, Lisa is responsible for commercial real estate lending, loan structuring, credit and portfolio management.
Jonathan G. Davis
CEO & Founder of The Davis Companies, Jon Davis oversees firm-wide operations as well as the development of TDC’s investment strategy and investment activities. He has over 40 years of real estate management and development experience.
The Report in Brief:
Real Trends: The Future of Real Estate in the United States examines the prominent trends and technologies that are affecting the real estate industry, describes innovative solutions that are being deployed and explores new models that could become major business disruptors.
The report is a study of peer-reviewed articles on the future of the real estate markets and products which was conducted by Albert Saiz, PhD, Director of the MIT Center for Real Estate and the Urban Economics Lab, along with lead research Arianna Salazar. It was conducted from February to August 2017. Capital One Commercial Banking sponsored the study.