Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019

March 13, 2019

Real estate investors are facing a test of nerve in 2019 as concerns around economic uncertainty rise while, at the same time, they are forced to overhaul traditional business and valuation models in response to rapidly-changing consumer demands.

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Pillar Properties

Pillar Properties develops, owns and manages six apartment residences that express the unique personality and vitality of Seattle's signature neighborhoods. Stadium Place in historic Pioneer Square includes two residential towers, The Nolo and The Wave, with views of Century Link Field, downtown Seattle and the waterfront. The Century is near the Seattle Center and South Lake Union with close up views of the Space Needle. The Lyric is located in the heart of Capitol Hill with panoramic views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Union. The 101 in Kirkland is a boutique property overlooking the central waterfront.

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THE TOKENIZATION OF REAL ESTATE

whitePaper | February 20, 2022

Real Estate as an investment has throughout history proven to be one of the strongest performing asset classes. As the largest asset class in the world with a combined estimated value of over $228 trillion, investing in Real Estate has many advantages over investing in stocks, bonds or mutual funds. The most notable benefits of investing in Real Estate and Real Estate-based financial products typically include: a predictable cash flow and ability to generate passive income, an improvable asset with the ability to appreciate in value, and an array of benefits surrounding leverage capabilities and tax advantages.

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Real Estate and Real Innovation

whitePaper | March 23, 2022

“The real estate industry is facing numerous challenges ...” — this is often the opening sentence to current articles about the future of the industry. And indeed, the real estate industry is moving more and more into the public eye due to increasing socio-political and regulatory tasks. The tasks range from the creation of affordable living space in the housing industry and the need to adapt development models on the commercial property market to the new workplace models. In addition, those involved in the market must equally deal with the changed view of sustainability criteria, which are now summarized under the abbreviation ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance).

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The Appeal of UK Core Long-Income Commercial Real Estate Investing

whitePaper | August 26, 2021

Diversification benefits have long been a driver for real estate allocations in multi- asset portfolios. The characteristics typically associated with underlying real estate of income stability and progression, scope for capital growth and tangible asset worth have served to counter the traditional shortcomings of illiquidity and imperfect information. These positive attributes are emphasized in long-income strategies, often reducing volatility and resulting in low correlations with traditional asset classes

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The future of real estate investing

whitePaper | August 11, 2021

The investments business does not have a reputation for innovation. New regulations or technologies occasionally spur change, but fiduciary concerns and a need for predictability largely preclude sudden shifts in modus operandi. Several converging factors now threaten to upend the status quo, bringing an unprecedented revolution that is forcing both investors and asset managers to reexamine their beliefs, processes, and infrastructure.

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Realty Bytes

whitePaper | July 1, 2021

The second wave of COVID-19, which has been extremely severe, has taken people and the establishment by surprise. Although the real estate sector was profoundly impacted during the COVID-19 outbreak, the nature of challenges in the first wave was different. As a result of the strict nationwide lockdown, construction activities were brought to a standstill, leading to mass exodus of labour migrants. Post the first wave of COVID-19, the sector witnessed an unprecedented recovery led by a significant increase in sales of residential spaces across the country.

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The Current State of Disruptive Construction Technologies

whitePaper | November 16, 2021

Construction technology has been relatively stagnant for many decades compared to other, equally crucial sectors. However, the current moment shows evidence for both progress in existing approaches.

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Spotlight

Pillar Properties

Pillar Properties develops, owns and manages six apartment residences that express the unique personality and vitality of Seattle's signature neighborhoods. Stadium Place in historic Pioneer Square includes two residential towers, The Nolo and The Wave, with views of Century Link Field, downtown Seattle and the waterfront. The Century is near the Seattle Center and South Lake Union with close up views of the Space Needle. The Lyric is located in the heart of Capitol Hill with panoramic views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Union. The 101 in Kirkland is a boutique property overlooking the central waterfront.

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