A roadmap to the future of real estate.
Technology is redefining our basic assumptions about real estate value: the meaning of location and accessibility, the power of regulation, the cost of capital and information, and even the notion of scarcity itself.
Over the next decade, the world’s largest asset class will go through a once-in-a-century transformation, powered by changes in the ways humans work, live, learn, shop, and socialize.
In ‘Rethinking Real Estate’, Dror Poleg charts a roadmap to the future of real estate and the way we will all live and work. He provides investors and entrepreneurs with key insights and practical strategies that will enable them to identify both risks and opportunities as the real estate asset class is transformed.
Dror is the Co-Chair of the Urban Land Institute’s Technology and Innovation Council in New York, and the Founder of Real Innovation Academy. His insights on the future of cities and buildings have been featured in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, NBC, Forbes, The Times, and The Globe and Mail.
Dror briefs and advises senior executives from multibillion dollar companies such as UBS, Goldman Sachs, AvalonBay Communities, British Land, Liberty Mutual, Dubai Holding, and Cushman & Wakefield.
Dror’s work draws on his experiences as a real estate and technology executive in the US, China, UK, and Australia, as well as on his formal training at the London School of Economics, INSEAD, and Swinburne University of Technology.
Previously, Dror served as Vice President of Kardan Land, where he oversaw the expansion of a $3b property portfolio in partnership with investors such as Blackrock MGPA and Frasers Properties and as Head of Digital at Standards Group, a creative agency that served clients such as IKEA, Scandinavian Airlines, and Shangri La Hotels.