Evelyn Lee, Editor for PEI Media joins Bold Founder, Caleb Parker to discuss her article on how to value office buildings with Space-as-a-Service.
Evelyn just published a research piece on valuing Space-as-a-Service assets in PERE, the Private Real Estate Magazine in PEI's portfolio.
Read article here: https://www.perenews.com/how-to-value-flex-office-investments-covid-19/
Representatives from the valuer community and capital markets have taken a stance on #SpaceAsAService. They expect demand to continue to grow, and properties without a Space-as-a-Service component will be valued less.
In this episode, Evelyn and Caleb dive into the article and her interviews with the experts quoted.
She explains why valuing Space-as-a-Service has been a challenge for commercial real estate, but how this is changing.
We learn why moving from leases to management agreements makes more sense for landlords, and how brand can play a role in driving building valuations.
You’re going to hear about a new investor profile emerging and whether a new asset class is needed for this fast growing segment of commercial real estate.
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About Evelyn Lee and PEI Media
Evelyn is Editor at PEI Media, where she’s spent the last decade covering real estate for the private equity community. Originally working out of the company’s NYC HQ, Evelyn moved to London 2 years ago and has been covering the global market.
PEI has a global portfolio of 12 digital financial information and magazine brands that deliver critical market intelligence for professionals in specialist financial markets such as: private equity, real estate, infrastructure, private credit, agriculture and compliance.
They have a diverse team of more than 250 media, information and events specialists worldwide, and hold 50+ events globally to help their customers gain unique insights, make important business connections, and ultimately facilitate better investment decisions.
PEI focuses on the alternative and typically illiquid asset classes that have become essential components of many investors’ allocation strategies globally. They major in private equity, real estate, private debt and infrastructure investing, whilst also engaging with emerging new asset classes.