In the world of hotels and shopping centers, there has long been a duality of leasing and management contracts for the operation of spaces. This ability to adapt to the usual changes in the operation of these two types of assets is extending to the rest of the market segments, such as offices and residential, and tends to generate new business models that are not based on traditional rental contracts. The underwriting of real estate space is an emerging phenomenon that requires management capacity to mitigate the open risks resulting from very short-term contracts. In this session, investors and advisors will have the opportunity to learn about the future that may dominate the exploitation of all types of real estate.