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Second Century Ventures Joins the Oxford Future of Real Estate Initiative

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CHICAGO (January 12, 2021) – Second Century Ventures, the strategic investment arm of the National Association of Realtors® and the most active global fund in real estate, has joined the Oxford Saïd Business School’s Future of Real Estate Initiative. Through this initiative, SCV will collaborate with FORE’s industry partners and academics to address key questions on the future of global real estate

“The future of the industry will be influenced as never before by technology and innovation, and relevant real estate research requires significant industry collaboration from across the globe,” said Oxford’s Professor of Practice and Director of FORE Andrew Baum. “We’re delighted to welcome SCV to FORE and look forward to working with them on key questions around the future of real estate.”

The new partnership will enable SCV and FORE to continue exploring the impact of technology, housing challenges, emerging sectors and models for real estate ownership and operation.

Through partnerships with several industry leaders, including Arcadis UK, CBRE, EY, and Redevco, the FORE Initiative aims to predict many of the changes and challenges real estate can expect to face over the next decade.

We are thrilled to join FORE and work closely with esteemed industry partners to discuss

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