Yes, yes, of course we understand the risk of over confidence
Overconfidence can be ruinous in real estate and elsewhere. Stephen Ryan discusses the issue and implications in this article for The Property Chronicle magazine.
Investing in Towns – Applying current trends to future prospects
Covid19 has created many new opportunities for investment in our towns but the question for any investor is where, why and how can they realise their investment? In this blog Matth
Commercial real estate needs better income data if it is to tap billions of passive capital
Didobi co-founders Matt Richardson and Matthew Hopkinson have founded a new data insight company called Income Analytics that measures and forecasts tenant income risk globally.
Why understanding the sequence of investment returns is so important
For investors, the order in which returns arrive can make the difference between success and failure.
UNSTRUCTURED DATA IS YOUR FRIEND
Data is either structured or unstructured. Structured data is neatly arranged in rows and columns, like a spreadsheet. Unstructured data is messy and disorganised. It shambles towa
What is a typical week for Didobi’s investment market research team?
Stephen Ryan, who leads the Didobi Investment Research team, takes a look at the week ahead and how we support clients in a number of different ways. With the increased velocity of
Repurposing UK Department Stores
In January 2020 Quadrant and Eccleston Capital launched a new investment vehicle to repurpose redundant department stores. Matthew Hopkinson of Didobi was commissioned to write a t
Global Capital Flows in a World of Increasing Nationalism and Protectionism
This Investment Property Forum research paper written by Didobi and Control Risks focuses on the threats and opportunities posed by growing nationalism and protectionism to global
What would a more nationalist and protectionist world look like and what would it entail for real estate investors?
This is the topic that Matt Richardson and Stephen Ryan addressed in a Didobi and Control Risks report published for the Investment Property Forum this week. The background is that
Why do towns need to understand commercial sector investor returns and sentiment?
Understanding investor returns in commercial real estate is key to understanding the potential of places. Everyone recognises the need for investment in our towns and cities and th