Current projections indicate that by 2030, 5 billion people-60% of the world's population will live in cities, compared the current population of 3.6 billion urban dwellers.
The real estate and urban economics team specializes in the application of a variety of techniques to analyze real estate and urban markets to explain, and hence plan for the supply and demand of such markets. The team also investigates how such interactions generate economic surplus, at what cost, and in what ways such surplus can be effectively utilized for sustainable urban development. Our team of experts has and continues to provide leading edge solutions on regional and local economic forecasting, demographic analysis, and economic impact studies, zoning, valuation, appraisal and analyses of real estate markets. Backed by extensive experience in several countries and a track record in delivering competent and solution-oriented research, the team helps city authorities and planning officials on matters of housing, local public good provision, and the distribution of economic activity in space and time.