Impact investing makes 'financial sense' for real estate, argues Franklin Templeton

Using an impact lens to invest into real estate has helped Franklin Templeton to lower buildings' operating costs, improve vacancy rates and increase the demand for longer-term leases, the investor told Environmental Finance.

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