We have extensive know-how in developing and employing enhanced recoveries from real estate special situations.
For example, we invest with special situations investors or banks to recover Real Estate Non Performing Loan (NPL) portfolios.
Our strategy is to deliver innovative and technology focussed solutions, which compresses recovery times whilst optimising recovery processes. We provide these solutions through a combination of data analytics, digital applications, a global network, local market knowledge and in-depth property and Real Estate Non Performing Loan (NPL) experience.
Through our in-depth experience and local network within the Real estate owned (REO) and Non Performing Loans (NPL) field, we set out strategies to acquire both asset types. With banks and special situations investors, we provide transparency from the initial part of underwriting and bid structuring through to the execution of asset and loan recovery strategies utilising digital solutions.
We are working on properties, which require recovery strategies and are now able to use BIM tools. This means before the entire refurbishment work begins, we are able to plan, see and execute the entire process and visualise the construction digitally before they start issuing the work to the contractors.
By understanding how and when the individual components and facilities are installed, it is possible to plan refurbishment processes or optimise energy consumption within a building. Without a 4 dimensional model, errors are visible just after the installation of the components have been completed. Hence, it is useful to run the installation process digitally, before actually doing the construction work.
With the invention of new technology, it is now possible for us as the asset manager to be virtually closer to the building and to have much more insight information through data. We as an asset manager, who had to forecast rental income, capital expenditure CAPEX and operational expenditure OPEX had to rely on general market statistics of the past to predict the future.
With the use of sensors, it is possible to obtain real-time data of the building. This data is then accessible from everywhere in the world anytime and we use it to create a budget for his forecast.
Furthermore, the we are required to transparently show the investor all the details of the property and portfolio. Technology enables us to use information from property manager’s system, which is compatible with the system from the asset manager. Hence, different digital systems are now interoperable.
Efficiency can be created true scalability, which means we as the asset manager can use one system and one standardised algorithm and apply it to different buildings in order to receive the same kind of reporting or the same task and strategies have to be standardised and implemented at a call to action scenario. This could be any changes, such as a tenant moves out and the new tenant moves in.