10 Trends That Will Shape Real Estate in 2020

September 20, 2019
get out and walk in hip, walkable locations outside expensive cities
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Coliving, the rise of hip, walkable locations outside the expensive central cities, and more cities and states picking up the baton as the federal government lays down on fixing infrastructure are among the trends highlighted in the Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends report.

Economic and political uncertainty have made things feel unmoored, but the overall insight conveyed by the authors—Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers researchers personally interviewed 750 industry members, and surveyed 1,450 more to create this report—is that we’re in for a soft landing, not a sudden crash. There may be less sudden moves, but that doesn’t mean some of the trends emerging this year won’t become breakout investments in the near future.

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