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European property markets return return to growth in both stock and volumes

Europe’s real estate markets turned the corner in 2010, with invested stock increasing by 4% in marked contrast to the previous year’s decline of 8%, according to DTZ’s flagship ‘Money into Property 2011’ report. This is forecast to increase further in 2011. The increase in invested stock varied considerably across Europe, ranging from 1% in the UK to 11% in France. There was one notable area of decline, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain (PIIGS) posted a 3% fall.Hans Vrensen, Global Head of Research at DTZ, comments: “Following two years of decline, Europe is returning to a more normal situation with an increase of its invested stock in 2010. We expect the region to continue this positive trend with a 4% increase in...[…]