ESG in real estate gains traction


"I don't think ESG is overhyped. I think trying to go full throttle might be an overhype and we must aspire to do what we can within our framework" says Zerin's Previn Singhe.

THE practice of embracing environmental, social and governance (ESG) has been gaining a lot of traction over the past few years, especially within the real estate sector.

With the Covid-19 pandemic pushing the agenda even harder, Zerin Properties chief executive officer Previn Singhe says ESG is quickly becoming an essential factor in the real estate market.

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