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RSM’s New Survey Aims To Gain Insight Into How CRE Will Fare Post-Brexit

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It is almost 2019, and the U.K.'s official departure from the EU is fast approaching. The impact of Brexit on the commercial real estate industry remains uncertain. Consequently, investors are less inclined than ever to speculate with funds. 

Against this backdrop, audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has launched its annual Real Estate 360 survey to gain insight into how business leaders operating within the sector and throughout the U.K. view the industry’s prospects.

The survey invites recipients to answer several questions about their experience, expertise and future development and investment plans across a range of asset classes. RSM’s goal is to use the survey results to further inform industry views.

"The content and timing of our upcoming Real Estate 360 survey aims to educate and reiterate the issues impacting on this crucial sector," RSM partner and national head of real estate Howard Freedman said. "The report will present an opportunity to take stock and analyse market sentiment within the sector in the runup to Article 50 Brexit day on 29 March 2019. We look forward to receiving what I’m sure will form an insightful set of findings."

Once the survey is complete, RSM will draw on the findings to compile a comprehensive report on the data and trends impacting the sector.

To take the survey, click here. 

This feature was produced in collaboration between Bisnow Branded Content and RSM U.K. Bisnow news staff was not involved in the production of this content.