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Ronald A. Kaplan

CPA, Partner - Commercial Real Estate Industry Leader

Rethinking the real estate industry’s future amid and after the disruptions of COVID-19

As our post-pandemic world continues to take shape, the “new normal” in the real estate industry will be one centered around trust. Investors, tenants, landlords, and communities trusting one another to find common ground. Trust in building teams to create infrastructure enhancements and enforce policies to keep the people within their walls safe. 

Now is the time to completely rewrite strategies for finance, management, planning, risk control, and design. It’s time to revisit business strategies to improve processes and performance, implement leading technologies, and leverage best practices to help mitigate risks, drive efficiencies, and uncover uncharted value. Plus, this is a new opportunity to define and act on a corporate vision that seeks to optimize not only profit but also social impact, reputation, and sustainability.

Meet the authors: Turning the property industry’s new normal into a better normal.

Learn what’s next for the real estate industry, the new role of trust, and the steps we can take to rebuild our communities.

The evolution of buildings, from automated to trusted

Explore how events and advancements have shifted the real estate industry’s focus over time, and learn what business, human, and community needs companies will need to address to move forward.

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Finance Strategy

How the right financial strategy can drive performance and build resilience.

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Healthy Building Strategy

A new sense of purpose for the built world highlights the need to prioritize health in business strategy.

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To build trust post-pandemic, pay ongoing attention to risk management and continuity

9/23/2020 | Julie Miner, Marianne Turnbull

As COVID-19 shapes new risks, real estate firms must constantly assess policies and controls for cybersecurity, compliance, business continuity, and more.

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Trust-as-a-Service: Looking externally to improve digital capabilities and reduce operating expenses

4/2/2021 | Julie Miner

Businesses outsourcing tasks and functions – IT, finance, and more – must be confident their providers will meet expectations and support growth. Read more.

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The evolution of buildings, from automated to trusted

Explore how events and advancements have shifted the real estate industry’s focus over time, and learn what business, human, and community needs companies will need to address to move forward.

Explore e-book

Women in Real Estate Weigh In

The pandemic forced us to replace our industry events and conferences with voices on social media or virtual conferences, and many of those voices have been male. Our video series not only explores the meaning of trust in our uncertain future and the role we each can play in building it, but does so with a focus on the female perspective: our own female real estate leaders interviewing female executives at global real estate businesses.

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Meet the team

Ronald A. Kaplan

CPA, Partner - Commercial Real Estate Industry Leader

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Marianne Turnbull

CIA, CAMS, Managing Director, CohnReznick Advisory

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Ira Weinstein

Managing Principal – Real Estate, Cannabis Industries

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