Greater China Real Estate Research Veteran Andrew Ness Joins Real Estate Foresight

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Specialist China real estate analytics and financial technology firm Real Estate Foresight today announced today that Andrew Ness has joined the company as Senior Executive Director and will play a key role in expansion of existing business and development of new services.

“I see a great opportunity in helping investors, fund managers, lenders and developers improve their investment performance by applying analytical tools that Real Estate Foresight has been developing and the new predictive models under way”

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Specialist China real estate analytics and financial technology firm Real Estate Foresight today announced today that Andrew Ness has joined the company as Senior Executive Director and will play a key role in expansion of existing business and development of new services.

“With nearly 30 years of experience in commercial real estate industry across Greater China, Andrew is one of the most knowledgeable people about China real estate markets and we are thrilled that he will be working with us,” said Robert Ciemniak, Founder and CEO of Real Estate Foresight.

Andrew joins Real Estate Foresight having recently served as Head of Research, Greater China for DTZ/Cushman & Wakefield and Head of North Asia Research for DTZ. Prior to DTZ, Andrew was a Lead Consultant Asia Pacific with Urban Land Institute, and worked for CB Richard Ellis for 16 years, as Executive Director, Asia Research and Director, Greater China Research & Consulting, and earlier had played an instrumental role in establishing the operations of Richard Ellis Ltd in Beijing in 1988. From 1985 to 1988 he served as a Deputy Representative with the National Council for U.S. China Trade (now the U.S. China Business Council) in the Beijing Office.

Innovative Data Analytics And Predictive Models From Real Estate Foresight To Improve Investment Performance.

“I see a great opportunity in helping investors, fund managers, lenders and developers improve their investment performance by applying analytical tools that Real Estate Foresight has been developing and the new predictive models under way,” said Andrew Ness.

Real Estate Foresight is continuing to add to the repertoire of analytical tools it offers to its clientele. These include the CityScreener™ framework and Quantiviable™ online analytics, focused on finer quantitative assessments of cities and districts across China.

But on an even more exciting note, Robert Ciemniak has added that, “Our R&D push to apply machine learning to forecasting China house prices at the city level is beginning to show some promising results. For 10 major cities in China we have managed to construct models with surprisingly strong predictive powers.”

Andrew Ness and Robert Ciemniak will be launching a round of client meetings this September, to brief existing and potential clients on the practical applications of the new analytics and models developed by Real Estate Foresight.

About Real Estate Foresight

Real Estate Foresight is an independent real estate analytics, research and financial technology firm based in Hong Kong and established in 2012. Combining data science with primary research, Real Estate Foresight helps foreign investors and fund managers assess opportunities in real estate markets focusing on China. Services include the flagship China Forecast monthly research program, as well as bespoke market studies for due diligence and operational project decisions. Real Estate Foresight provides independent views as the company is not involved in any brokerage, trading or fund business.

For more information about Real Estate Foresight, visit http://www.realestateforesight.com and Quantiviable™ press release (http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/05/prweb13420983.htm) for more information, stay connected @reforesight on Twitter (https://twitter.com/reforesight).

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