Investors – Asset and Crem Managers
Investing in real estate is focussing on returns resulting from income and value growth. These two components should be properly anchored contractually and in an early stage if they are to sort their desired effect in the long term.
In acquiring investments, bidding on or tendering for real estate portfolios, contracting is a matter of finding the balance between acceptable risks and optimising returns.
In the past, this was managed for a client or a company, but these days asset managers and even corporate real estate (CREM) managers are responsible for the performance of the portfolio or the corporate real estate. Important aspects for these activities are standardisation and transparency. Standardised contracts and purchase conditions are an essential instrument for real estate related services for risk management within the portfolio management.