EPRA Monthly Brief
February 2022
As we witness the dramatic situation unfolding in Ukraine, I am grateful to see EPRA members once again coming up with practical solutions and financial support for refugees. These initiatives are another reminder of what responsibility towards our communities means.

I would just like to take this opportunity to remind you that there are still a few days left to enrol to EPRA’s latest executive programme developed by Bayes Business School. An online course to deepen your knowledge of the listed real estate sector. You will find more information about the programme in the core of this brief.

And always, I would like to welcome our newest member: Life Science REIT.

Dominique Moerenhout, EPRA CEO
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Inflation and short-term impact on listed property companies

Global inflation has increased significantly during the last couple of years, mainly due to supply disruptions coupled with recovering demand, as well as rising commodity and housing prices. The current inflationary pressure is likely to be temporary and its short-term impact should represent a positive driver for the listed real estate industry in Europe. There is evidence of a strong and positive correlation between corporate profits and inflation as well as shareholders’ returns and inflation. At the same time, rental practices in Europe facilitate the integration of inflation dynamics into the companies’ revenues and support rental growth. Download EPRA’s latest special market report here and read our blog post here.

Understanding the REIT price: An online programme dedicated to understanding the listed real estate market

If you have not already secured your place on the latest EPRA executive online education programme for real estate professionals, now is your final opportunity to do so. Developed entirely by Bayes Business School, this live-virtual programme is a unique course delivered by leading academics of the school as well as industry experts. The programme will start on the 11th of March 2022 and will be held over six-weeks modules. This practical course will provide a thorough understanding of the factors driving the valuations of the listed real estate sector, the direct property market and the stock market, explain the reasons behind any disconnect between public and private markets, and explore the specific investment characteristics of listed real estate versus other equities from an asset allocation perspective. EPRA members are eligible for a discounted rate and a CPD upon completion. For more information download the brochure or contact us at  

European Real Estate Barometer H2 2021

EPRA and Euronext are pleased to partner for the fourth edition of the Real Estate Barometer which analyses the key trends and figures of the listed European real estate sector. With this Barometer, EPRA and Euronext aim to raise awareness about the sector as well as provide the investor community with key analytics on recent developments. You can view and download it here.
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