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How real estate will fare in 2019


Despite the changing political landscape, 2018 was a strong year for many parts of the property industry, but what will the other side of 29 March look like? Freeths gathered a panel of experts to discuss what is in store.


It pays to bet smart on proptech

By Angelica Donati

Last year was a bumper one for proptech. Not only did tech giants continue to validate proptech, with investments such as Softbank’s big bets on WeWork, Oyo, Reonomy, OpenDoor and Compass, real estate investors piled in as well.


Human touch still seals the deal

By Joanne Barnett

If recent press is anything to go by, you’d be forgiven for thinking that 2019 is the beginning of the end for the debt advisory sector as we know it.


Harnessing the power of data


Firms must standardise data to get best out of proptech software.

Vanessa Butz

Vanessa Butz on the rise of District Technologies


The co-founder and chief executive tells Mia Hunt about the role the business is playing in the evolution of proptech

View from Southbank

Half of London office markets tipped for rent falls in 2019


The rental outlook for central London’s office markets in 2019 is decidedly mixed.

Regents Crescent

Can tech preserve the future?

By Grant Lipton

In Britain, you cannot escape heritage. From Norman castles to Georgian townhouses, we are surrounded by history.

Data graphic

Only a minority of large property firms automate data collection


Automated data collection can save companies time and money, yet only a minority of large commercial real estate firms use it, according to new research shared exclusively with Property Week.

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