Most commercial real estate professionals would agree that buildings today are no longer the static, unresponsive shells they used to be. Rather, many 21st century buildings are filled with smart technologies that give unparalleled access to data that can ultimately improve real estate return on investment (ROI) and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
Read this real estate executive brief by Frost & Sullivan to learn how to quantify your building's true value through the power of technology. You’ll discover strategies for predicting and mitigating maintenance risks and challenges, while also quantifying your building’s true value through the use of intelligent building data.
Real Estate Valuation, ROI and Technology: Challenges Today
Many of today’s real estate portfolios hum with integrated services including smart lighting, advanced energy management, high-tech security measures, artificial intelligence (AI), smart sensors and more. These technologies are the way of the future, improving efficiency and creating a better environment for occupants.
Despite clear advantages in efficiency, security, and comfort, building owners and operators continue to struggle to effectively monetize these advances. Oftentimes, the devices, tools and platforms that control these solutions do not work synergistically.
|How can commercial real estate professionals truly leverage “smart technology” inter-connectivity and achieve actual monetary value as a final deliverable?|
Research shows that if left unaddressed, the challenges companies face in being able to calculate the condition of a building (plus the true value of its intelligent systems) can lead to dire consequences. The following executive brief can give you the tools and insight you need to better mitigate risk and make well-informed financial decisions.
“Re-evaluating Building Valuations: The Next Level of ROI for Intelligent and Connected Buildings”
A 2020 Executive Brief by Frost and Sullivan
It is important for Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and lenders to make important decisions based on accurate valuations of buildings. Having deep insights across the entire portfolio of buildings will inform these decisions with factors that go well beyond size and location. This way, building owners can get the best return based on each building’s current technologies and potential future upgrades.
In this 2020 executive brief by Frost and Sullivan, you’ll discover how to determine the true condition and valuation of your building(s) through the power of integrated technology solutions.
More specifically, readers will learn how to accomplish the following tasks:
- Create a more accurate representation of your building’s value for real estate investment trusts (REITs), building owners, financial institutions, insurers, and similar stakeholders.
- Discover methods for creating synergy between smart building management systems to better monetize your investment.
- Leverage the advantages of your building’s “digital twin” to empower your organization to borrow against more capital, charge higher rents to tenants, and sell the building for a higher price.
- Read a step-by-step methodology to evaluating your portfolio and leveraging data for a more successful sale, purchase, refinancing and financial transaction.
Download your free copy of "Re-evaluating Building Valuations: The Next Level of ROI for Intelligent and Connected Buildings" to start shifting towards a more proactive, cost-effective approach to portfolio management today.