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» Chronological View: " Global Topics & Trends " «

London seen as ‘Outperformer’ alongside Paris, Stockholm and Hamburg

Patrizia Immobilien AG has launched its eighth Patrizia Insight study on the European Residential Markets which for the first time includes a major new European City Ranking – a matrix which combines long-term attractiveness indicators alongside liquidity within 119 European cities in order to assist investors optimally diver...
Wednesday, 18. October 2017

Capital flows into real estate globally remains very strong

In H1 2017, Germany overtook the UK as the most active country for investment in commercial real estate in Europe, although the UK fought back in Q3 and Spain is becoming increasingly attractive according to a new report from Colliers International.
Wednesday, 18. October 2017

Prologis analyses Europe’s most desirable logistics locations

Prologis released new research that examines why logistics customers in Europe choose certain locations over others. The report, titled “Customer Growth Strategies: Europe’s Most Desirable Logistics Locations”, also reveals which locations in the rapidly changing European logistics market are thriving. The research team and E...
Friday, 13. October 2017

Why do the capital markets believe in Central and Eastern Europe?

There is no region anywhere in the world that is as safe for doing business and as strong economically. If you are looking for a market to invest in, CEE is the place. The potential of the region has been acknowledged not only by financial institutions from Germany and the United States, but also by funds from parts of the wo...
Friday, 13. October 2017

The Nordic property market at the peak or just on its way?

The Nordic property markets will continue to perform well but faces new challenges, according to the new report Pangea Property Outlook 2017/2018. The winners will be segments with continued rental growth, such as attractive offices in the capital regions, while there is upward yield pressure on interest rate sensitive proper...
Monday, 9. October 2017

Institutional real estate investors prefer risk diversification and avoid cluster risks

Universal-Investment's fifth annual survey of institutional investor behaviour points to increasing investor interest in other European markets as well as continued appetite for German real estate investments. While allocations to North America have remained stable, investors lose interest in Asia-Pacific. In terms of types o...
Friday, 6. October 2017

Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are the “road kings”

Automotive companies and its component suppliers sector is very important in the CEE industrial sector and is growing according to a new report, “The Road Kings: CEE Autos”, from global real estate advisor, Colliers International. Auto exports ranged from 4.7% of total exports in 2015 in Bulgaria, upwards to 28% in Hungary an...
Friday, 6. October 2017

Shoreditch is world's most expensive tech district

Shoreditch is the most expensive tech district in the world, with intense demand for office space pushing rents higher than those in Mid-Market, San Francisco, and almost double those in Brooklyn, New York, according to new research from Knight Frank.
Friday, 6. October 2017

London’s skyscrapers still command highest rents in Europe despite Brexit

Office rents in London’s skyscrapers are the highest in Europe as companies continue to pay a premium for space in the city’s tallest buildings, according to Knight Frank’s Global Cities 2018 report. The report, which examines the rental performance of commercial buildings over 30 storeys, shows that prime rents in London’s s...
Friday, 29. September 2017

Eastern Europe offers the most favourable debt terms in Europe

The Eastern European markets of Budapest, Bucharest, and Warsaw, in addition to Milan and Oslo, offer the most amenable conditions for both lenders and borrowers, according to the latest research of CBRE. CBRE has developed an analysis to determine lender and borrower friendliness in 20 markets across Europe. In addition to B...
Monday, 18. September 2017

Fair Value Index reaches „Fairly Priced“ for first time since 2009

Cushman & Wakefield's quarterly Fair Value Index – which analyses 122 European office, retail and logistics markets – is at „Fairly Priced“ for the first time since 2009 when the region's property markets were starting their recovery from the Global Financial Crisis. Using a proprietary metric, each market is benchmarked agai...
Tuesday, 12. September 2017

Hotels with mixed-use concepts become a growing trend

More and more hotels are being incorporated into mixed-use concepts. A recent study by Christie & Co has revealed what mixed-use concepts involve nowadays, pinpointing the benefits as well as the challenges. In the study, the hotel property specialist questioned reputable project developers and hotel operators.
Friday, 11. August 2017

Is the world overbuilding?

Across the globe, an unprecedented office building boom is underway with more than 700 million square feet (MSF) of space under construction that will deliver between now and the end of 2019, Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Office Forecast reports. That’s the equivalent of recreating five cities worth of office inventory – Washi...
Monday, 7. August 2017

Sustainability funds gain ground with investors

The new Catella Market Tracker “Sustainability funds in the real-estate industry – focus on Europe” analyzed the market for sustainable real-estate funds: the results indicate a clear focus of investors on Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Wednesday, 2. August 2017

Wellbeing's impact on offices too fundamental to ignore

Developers and landlords who invest to create offices that embody the occupier-driven focus on wellbeing will reap their rewards commercially while those that don't face diminishing returns, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield. The Well Workplace report maps out the major trends, opportunities and challenges of...
Monday, 17. July 2017

Aviva Investors sees selective opportunities in European real estate

A positive political and economic backdrop should support the continent’s real estate markets, according to Monika Sujkowska, Real Estate Strategy and Research Analyst at Aviva Investors. Says Sujkowska: “The future of Europe looks rosier than it has for some time. The economy continues to grow: euro zone GDP expanded at a ra...
Monday, 3. July 2017