A driverless car Self-driving vehicles are expected to see widespread use by 2030. (Photo courtesy of Google)

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—The real estate implications of what Bill Ford has called “the mobility revolution” go beyond parking facilities, although the effects on that property sector will be considerable. Research from Green Street Advisors and the Urban Land Institute, prepared for ULI’s Fall Meeting this week, finds that many assets across a number of sectors are likely mispriced because today’s underwriting doesn’t factor in the coming changes in real estate brought on by ride-hailing and autonomous cars.