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European real estate investors still focused on core investments

Colliers International released its 2011 Global Investor Sentiment Survey today, which takes the pulse of property investors worldwide, measuring their appetite for risk, optimism, key concerns and sense of market cycles. In Europe, 64% of investors surveyed reported they were more than likely to look to increase their real estate holdings. However, stock remained a concern with 49% reporting the supply of “for sale” property remained a key barrier to expansion and over 54% stating they were focused on core property with target IRRs of five to 10 per cent. With 57% of investors reporting their risk appetite had not increased since the start of the year, it is not surprising those looking to expand are focused on safe bets.Globally, arou...[…]