Category Archives: Global Corporate Real Estate Report

Brexit’s potential implications for the U.S. economy and property markets

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The surprise result of the UK’s exit vote has created significant political uncertainty and financial volatility. However: We believe the economic and property market impact for the United States will be relatively small. 

The risk of a renewed financial market crisis is the big concern, but the financial markets have already started to come back after a rout the first two days following the vote. Brexit will not… Read More

Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #4: Outsourcing

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015We wrap up the Global Corporate Real Estate Report series with the introduction of Theme 4: Outsourcing.

CRE teams are using outsourced service providers across more geographies and industry sectors; but many are still missing the opportunity to drive strategic, long-term value through outsourcing partnerships.

Given the intense pressure to deliver across a range of tactical and strategic tasks, it is

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #3: Expectation

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015The third article in our Global Corporate Real Estate Trend series, we introduce Theme #3: Expectation.

Demand to deliver across a range of tactical and strategic activity continues to intensify, challenging the composition and skills of CRE teams and creating a ‘pressure cooker’ of expectations.

A central theme of our 2013 report was the sheer weight of demand on CRE teams

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #2: Integration

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015Last week, we introduced the first of four themes from the 2015 JLL Global Corporate Real Estate Report. This week, we introduce Theme 2: Integration.

Interaction and integration with other business functions and stakeholders is a growing need, but it is a strong feature of only a few CRE teams.

While there is strong intent to transform the structure of CRE teams, these teams do not,

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #1: Centralization

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015Over the last six years, JLL has captured the voice of the corporate real estate (CRE) community, including 540 CRE executives from more than 350 companies and 36 countries, to provide powerful insights into the current status and future direction of the industry.

The findings from our 2015 report are summarized into four themes: 1. Centralization, 2. Integration, 3. Expectation and 4. Outsourcing. We expand upon Theme 1 in this article.

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