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Record levels of Asian investment into European markets set to continue

The majority (67%) of real estate professionals expect the volume of Asian investor capital entering the European real estate market to increase over the next two years, according to a new report commissioned by Intertrust. In contrast, just 7% of respondents think that volumes will fall.
Wednesday, 11. April 2018

Occupiers less concerned about Brexit

Occupiers are less concerned about Brexit than they were a year ago, according to a new CBRE research survey of over 100 major occupiers across Europe, most of whom have pan-European or global operations.
Tuesday, 3. April 2018

CBRE: Occupierts seeking tech, flex and wellness as workplace consumeriation takes hold

Nearly two-thirds of companies (62%) plan to increase their investment in real estate technology over the next three years, most of them in the next year, according to the 2018 EMEA Occupier Survey from CBRE. Companies are intending to invest more heavily in new real estate technologies over the short to medium term in order ...
Friday, 23. March 2018

Occupiers seeking Tech, Flex and Wellness as workplace consumerisation takes hold

Nearly two-thirds of companies (62%) plan to increase their investment in real estate technology over the next three years, most of them in the next year, according to the 2018 EMEA Occupier Survey from CBRE. Companies are intending to invest more heavily in new real estate technologies over the short to medium term in order ...
Wednesday, 21. March 2018

London ranked as Europe’s most attractive city for businesses and employees

London ranked as Europe’s most attractive city for businesses and employees for second year running according to Colliers International’s latest European Cities of Influence report, which reviews and ranks cities based on their occupier attractiveness, availability of talent, and quality of life factors alongside economic ou...
Thursday, 15. March 2018

Industrial most sought-after asset class for European investors

Industrial, and specifically logistics, is the most sought-after real estate sector for European investors, overtaking office for the first time, according to CBRE’s annual EMEA Investor Intentions Survey being released at MIPIM later today. With the growth of e-commerce continuing to benefit the sector, a third (33%) of resp...
Wednesday, 14. March 2018

The global real estate industry remains strong

Despite being late in its cycle, the global real estate market is benefiting from strong returns for investors and a positive global economic outlook, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate - The Global Outlook for 2018, an annual forecast of global real estate investor sentiment published jointly by PwC and the Urban La...
Tuesday, 13. March 2018

SRE Inclusion in FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Index

Sirius Real Estate have qualified for inclusion in the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index, Developed EMEA region. This latest inclusion is effective as of Monday, 19 March 2018 and follows the company’s entry into the FTSE/JSE SA Listed Property Index (known as SAPY), on Monday 18 December 2017.
Thursday, 8. March 2018

Upswing in the euro area continues

With a growth rate of 2.3%, 2017 was the most successful year of the euro area in a decade. The upswing will continue at an unabated pace in 2018 as well. KfW Research confirms its 2.4% growth forecast for the current year. The current business cycle might have passed its peak in 2019, however, and the growth momentum may slo...
Wednesday, 7. March 2018

Catella: Positive outlook for Nordic real estate markets in 2018

Record year with transaction volume of €43.3 billion, increase of international investors, positive market sentiment for 2018. The latest overview of the 2018 Nordic investment markets by Catella Research shows that the economic situation supports the positive trend. With a transaction volume of approx. €43.3 billion (2016: €...
Tuesday, 6. March 2018

European hotel values see impressive gains as demand booms

Hotel values across Europe saw impressive growth of 3.9% in 2017 compared with the previous year when values stood still on average, according to the 2018 European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI) published this week by global hotel consultancy HVS. The HVI monitors annual percentage changes in the value of four- and five-star hot...
Monday, 5. March 2018

7% year-over-year growth in the global construction hotel pipeline

The Lodging Econometrics (LE) Global Construction Pipeline Trend Report, which compiles the construction pipeline for every country and market in the world, states that the Total Global Pipeline stands at 12,631 Projects/2,127,794 Rooms, up 7% by projects Year-Over-Year (YOY).
Monday, 5. March 2018

European Fair Value Index Hits Lowest Level Since 2006

Cushman & Wakefield’s quarterly European Fair Value Index – which analyses 123 European office, retail and logistics markets – continued its downward trend in Q4 2017 to reach a level last recorded in Q1 2006. This reflects both the advanced stage of the property cycle and the availability of fewer attractive prime opportuni...
Wednesday, 28. February 2018

70% of the automotive companies in Bulgaria expect higher revenues

Colliers International, Automotive Cluster Bulgaria and Pwc conducted a second consecutive survey of the automotive industry in Bulgaria. There are approximately 130 automotive companies in the country, producing components for top international automotive brands. These are predominantly Tier 1, 2 and 3 suppliers and include ...
Thursday, 22. February 2018

Bulwiengesa property index rose by 5.7 percent

Throughout 2017, Germany’s real estate market was defined by low interest rates, strong liquidity positions on the player side, and a shortage in zoned land. As a result, the Bulwiengesa Real Estate Index gained for the 13th time in as many years, and registered its steepest growth since 1990-1992. The 5-year average improved...
Monday, 5. February 2018

Investor survey: product shortage as an opportunity for innovation

Necessity is the mother of invention. The squeeze on available real estate products is forcing the sector to change and is boosting its innovation capability. That is the positive view of the transformation process facing many sections of the real estate industry. “The ongoing lack of products will continue to drive the trend...
Monday, 5. February 2018

Shopping Centres will reinvent themselves as mixed-use destinations by 2030

Shopping Centres of the future will become just ‘centres’ and will reinvent themselves as mixed-use destinations. Healthcare, educational and leisure facilities will all become a fundamental part of the shopping centre, according to new insights from the Future of Retail 2030, by CBRE.
Friday, 5. January 2018