Real Estate Solutioneering : Re-Purposing Solutions for Shopping Malls and Retail-Shop Spaces

Even before the onset of the COVID-19, real estate practitioners have been enthusiastically engaging with the waves of global developments, including the integrating of innovations in technology to benefit their built environment assets. Beyond technology-led changes, few professionals in the real estate sector have a view on 'their place in the Anthropocene'. Many of my colleagues though, have a much keener interest in when their tenants will pay their rentals!

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About the Author

Jonathan Yach, MRICS

Jonathan Yach, MRICS

Jonathan is a 35 year real estate services and management veteran, with hand-on management experience in the complex markets of South /East African and India

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