ESG in Real Estate: Why affordable urban housing can be an attractive long-term investment strategy
In recent years, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles have increasingly taken centre stage in the commercial real estate investment world. This trend has been driven just as much by investors and occupiers looking to improve outcomes as by regulators seeking to set the agenda. In particular, ESG has become ever more important in urban housing given its enormous footprint and its ability to directly impact cities and the lives of residents
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