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Covid-19 Economy Impact

How real estate technologies can ensure sustainability & longevity of assets

Article-How real estate technologies can ensure sustainability & longevity of assets

This report highlights the importance of asset resilience and provides landlords and owners with an overview of the current Covid-19 tenant market.

Real Estate Technologies

'Deploying technologies that create a differentiated customer experience and support investors and landlords in understanding their asset better, will ensure asset resilience and longevity' says Dana Salbak Head of Research, MENA

If there is one change COVID-19 has rapidly ushered in, it is the deployment of technologies in aid of remote working and collaboration to ensure business continuity. While the region is yet to return to some level of normalization in business activity, there is no doubt that
various technologies, if adopted, can ensure the sustainability & longevity of assets and operations. 

'At the time of writing, our region remains under some form of lockdown with various measures imposed to ensure the containment of COVID-19. The health and wellbeing of our staff, partners and clients remains our priority. Looking beyond the immediate impact, and to support in planning ahead, we have compiled this research report looking at the various short-to-mid and long-term strategies and trends that are likely to shape our industry.'

The report also discusses the importance of due diligence rather than deferred maintenance, life cycle asset management, asset longevity, as well as competitive, legislative, and financial resilience.

To read the full JLL report, click here.


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