Real Estate Predictions 2024

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Real Estate Predictions 2024

Building a sustainable and AI-driven business with the Real Estate Predictions 2024

Dive into the future of Real Estate with Deloitte's Real Estate Industry Predictions, where we explore the trends set to transform and redefine your business in 2024 and beyond. With these insights, we uncover the transformative potential of generative AI and immersive technology, we discover the pivotal role of mobility in redefining the industry, we unravel the emergence of sustainable smart buildings and we explore how generative AI stands to revolutionize commercial real estate. Curious to learn what’s next in Real Estate?

The Real Estate Predictions 2024

From the transformative potential of generative AI and immersive technology to the emergence of sustainable smart buildings. Deloitte's Real Estate Predictions, developed by Deloitte Netherlands, is an inspiring outlook on 2024 and beyond, based on the latest Real Estate insights. Our predictions will help you to future-proof your Real Estate business.

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Prediction 1 | Six ways GenAI can amplify the impact of AI on CRE

Generative AI (GenAI) can prove to be a game-changer in the commercial real estate (CRE) industry. This article explores six ways GenAI can amplify the impact of AI on CRE and enable owners, developers, and managers to improve efficiency, reduce costs, enable new revenue streams, and make more informed decisions. Dive into the full article to explore how this transformative source can lead in an era of unparalleled efficiency, innovation, and sustainability.

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