THE BLOCKCHAIN-BASED SOLUTION TO THE GLOBAL HOUSING CRISIS

The main aim of ehab is to solve the global housing crisis. This will be achieved by transitioning the residential house building sector from a centralised, unsustainable, profit driven sector. To one which is led by people. To one which maximises human well-being, minimises impact on the environment and allows for a more equitable distribution in the financial gains of housing. Solving the global housing crisis is not as simple as building cheap housing. It has to be a holistic approach which enables thriving sustainable communities to emerge and flourish.

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The Breeden Company

The Breeden Company is a nationally recognized real estate development company with 60 years of expertise in every facet of the industry. Breeden Property Management, Breeden Realty and Breeden Construction are the three major subsidiaries of The Breeden Company. Together they combine for a portfolio of over 15,000 apartments that have been developed, owned and managed and over 2 million square feet of retail and office space. Both Breeden Property Management and Breeden Construction are national award winners on their own merit and provide third-party services to select clients. Operating since 1961, The Breeden Company has grown into one of the most valued real estate development firms in the nation.

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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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Multi-Asset Monthly Outlook May 2022

whitePaper | May 6, 2022

They’ve long been seen as defensive, since traditional bricks and mortar can usually survive any downturn. But investors should be cautious about relying on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) if the current macro headwinds lead to a recession, says strategist Peter van der Welle.

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Private Real Assets: Diversification creates resilience

whitePaper | August 5, 2021

Real assets are tangible, physical assets that have an inherent value deriving from their attributes and usefulness. The asset class includes commodities, land, precious metals, real estate, equipment and machinery, and natural resources. Occasionally, this definition is expanded to include an element of inflation protection, in which case financial assets such as Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) can also be included in the list. Private real assets also come with their own distinct challenges. They are typically illiquid and most suitable for institutional investors with a longer time horizon. Additionally, physical ownership of private assets such as those mentioned above requires a certain degree of operational expertise. Taking all of this into account, developing an optimal allocation to private real assets can become a complex process.

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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 Truth about Corporate Real Estate Data and Insights

whitePaper | June 14, 2022

When it comes to data and insights for corporate real estate (CRE), not all business intelligence (BI) solutions are created equal. Many CRE organizations face challenges that prevent them from effectively using their data to make more informed decisions. But they see the value in it, and research from Forrester Consulting reveals CRE leaders’ plans to use data and insights from BI platforms to optimize their portfolios, operations, and workplaces.

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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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Spotlight

The Breeden Company

The Breeden Company is a nationally recognized real estate development company with 60 years of expertise in every facet of the industry. Breeden Property Management, Breeden Realty and Breeden Construction are the three major subsidiaries of The Breeden Company. Together they combine for a portfolio of over 15,000 apartments that have been developed, owned and managed and over 2 million square feet of retail and office space. Both Breeden Property Management and Breeden Construction are national award winners on their own merit and provide third-party services to select clients. Operating since 1961, The Breeden Company has grown into one of the most valued real estate development firms in the nation.

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