Who is OSCRE?
OSCRE is a non-profit, corporate member organization focused on the development and implementation of real estate data standards. Data standards are an essential component in the digital transformation of the real estate industry, supporting everything from sustainability initiatives to cybersecurity to portfolio optimization.
Our corporate membership includes nearly 900,000 real estate investment managers, corporate real estate owners and occupiers and the software developers, service providers and consultants who work with them across the globe. Learn more about membership opportunities.


The OSCRE Industry Data ModelTM (IDM) is a great place to start to develop your real estate data strategy that covers the entire asset lifecycle. The IDM is free to access and use, containing all the data definitions used in OSCRE's 150+ use cases. This data model has been developed in collaboration with real estate industry representatives from member organizations around the world. These organizations recognize that data standards are critical to successfully implement emerging technologies including artificial intelligence (AI) and drive better performance across the real estate industry. 

The OSCRE Academy provides you with the practical tools to drive real change, real growth and real advantage. The on-demand certificate programs help you build your skills and improve your organizations's capabilities to address data challenges today and in the future. Certificate courses are available in Data Governance and Energy Data Management Practices. Once all course requirements have been completed, you will earn a certificate that confirms your mastery of the course content.

A key to moving forward remains constructive collaboration - sharing perspectives to address industry issues. The Council of 100 brings together fund managers, corporate owners, occupiers and the external business partners who work with them to discuss industry priorities and take action to address them. This group of executive level professionals who lead data strategy and integration in real estate, both from IT and the business side. These are leaders with vision who want to address the big issues facing the real estate industry, including data integration, data strategies, emerging technologies and more.

Innovation requires more than just pushing a button. Plan to join us for these free informative sessions that cover a variety of innovative data-driven topics to drive business decisions at every level of your organization. The speakers share their knowledge and experience relevant to data challenges facing organizations today. Be sure to register with OSCRE to receive  information on all OSCRE events. Check our website often for the next webinar in our Innovation Forum series and the new Innovation Workshops.


“Adopting a standards-based approach to building a corporate data strategy is a critical need for the real estate industry, and with members from real estate investors, owners, occupiers, software developers and service providers, OSCRE brings together an array of perspectives that is invaluable in addressing that need for data consistency and transparency.”

- Mike Maxfield, VP Business Technology, Brookfield Properties



  • Solid foundation for analytics
  • Data model to bring consistent data from multiple sources
  • Confidence in decisions based on better data management   

ESG Data Standards

  • Start with an integrated data strategy
  • Link assets to funds and portfolios 
  • Confirms corporate environmental commitment

  • Upskill individuals, teams and the organization as a whole
  • Build a digital future based on new competencies
  • Optimize ability to work with internal and external partners

  • Quicker start with your data strategy
  • Faster project execution with implementation guidelines
  • Increased speed as the organization builds new capabilities

  • Improved real estate corporate data governance with better data management
  • Ability to respond to change quickly
  • Central role for data exchange standards
  • Lower cost of operations along the entire asset lifecycle
  • Savings in implementation and technology costs
  • Redirect resources to improve data management