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Real Estate Strategy & Innovation

We combine strategic advice with digital product development for our customers. Advice that is supported by in-depth analyzes based on our data and knowledge.

Who are we

Real Estate Strategy & Innovation (RE S&I) in the Netherlands consists of 16 employees: analysts in the field of sustainability, strategy, area development, market intelligence, business intelligence, digital business, data and GIS. We provide data-driven strategic real estate advice to our clients consisting of users, investors and the government. Advice that is substantiated by our broad real estate knowledge and in-depth analyzes based on our real estate data.

 

How we can help

In a constantly changing real estate market, fast switching and data-driven market knowledge are essential to be and remain future-proof. We work in multidisciplinary project teams and make use of experts from across our organization with specific in-depth knowledge and expertise about the various real estate segments, such as the office market, the retail market, the housing market, the market for logistics and industrial real estate, hospitality and healthcare real estate. Experts represent disciplines such as: valuation, purchase and rental, purchase and sale, project management and management. This is possible from all regions within the Netherlands, but also internationally.

As a diverse team we make the difference with strategic and pragmatic thinkers, consultants, sustainability experts, data experts and with our extensive real estate knowledge from different angles. As a strategy department of a professional real estate services company, we think and work strategically with our clients; we enter into long-term partnerships as a strategic partner. To this end, we deploy our skills and broad real estate knowledge throughout our entire organization. Just like our real estate data (> 35 years of data) and supporting digital tools and dashboards.

We can help you with:

Strategy consulting

The world is changing and so is the real estate market. This requires a strategic view of your real estate portfolio, of your accommodation, whether you are an investor, user, financier or policy maker. Our strategy consultants are happy to think along with you. We know the real estate market like no other, including the investor, financing and user market and the public sector. The strength of our approach is the combination of data-driven strategy and execution. We are able to translate general macroeconomic trends into real estate and the impact and opportunities for your real estate. Conversely, we can also provide advice at the local, regional and national aggregation level starting from the movements at address level. Our advice focuses on area, portfolio and building level.

Sustainability

Future-proof and specific sustainability are increasingly important in our advice. In the coming years, multiple stakeholders - the government, financiers, investors and users - will focus specifically on the sustainability performance of your real estate; focused on the climate agreement (Paris proof), mitigating climate risks, impact investing, the UN Sustainable development goals and reporting in accordance with GRI and to GRESB. Our sustainability consultants support our clients on a daily basis with sustainability-related issues, often as part of a strategic partnership. In our advice, we focus on important developments in the field of sustainability.

Read more article regarding sustainability in our monthly What's Next - The Value of A City columns. 

Area development

The change in the real estate market is prompted by economic, demographic, social and technological developments, but also by perceptions and preferences that vary over time. Major social issues such as the energy transition, housing and the urbanization challenge require a large-scale, area-oriented approach in which public planning is coordinated with necessary investments from collaborating public and private parties. Cushman & Wakefield advises a wide range of developers, investors, owner-users, municipalities and other government parties by providing insight into the feasibility of (re) development and transformation of both areas and buildings, optimizing the value for (end) users and owners and perform the eventual development, rental, and / or sale. Through a multidisciplinary and goal-oriented process approach, Cushman & Wakefield generates integrated environmental quality in the form of a maximized use value, amenity value and future value for the area, real estate, (end) users and residents.

Market Intelligence

Market Intelligence focuses on creating data-driven real estate insights to strengthen the business of our clients. The basis of our analyzes, benchmarks, dashboards and insights lies in our data. This has been collected internally since 1984 and enriched by our Research team, in collaboration with our real estate consultants who are commercially active in all regions of the Netherlands. This allows us to combine market knowledge with a local market feeling. It gives us the ability to determine trends at the national level while understanding local market sentiment. The combination of our market data with external data and customer data creates unique insight and offers a stable basis to strengthen the business activities and strategy of our clients. Our Market Intelligence Tools provide them with the opportunity to access our detailed level of knowledge.

Need more information?

Meet the team at the bottom of this page and contact us to further discuss your questions and wishes.

Meet the Team

Elsbeth Quispel
Elsbeth Quispel

International Partner
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


+31 208002196

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Frank van der Sluys
Frank van der Sluys

Partner Market Intelligence
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


+31 208407201

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Jos Hesselink

Associate - Research Lead
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


+31 208407266

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Nikki Schuermans

Associate
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


+31 (6) 15266692

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Laurens van der Schoor
Laurens van der Schoor

Senior Research Consultant
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


+31 (6) 50052715

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