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EMEA industrial property investment outperforms

Within a growing and vibrant market, the industrial sector still stands out for the pace of activity that has emerged. The sector significantly outperformed the wider market last year, with volumes up by 57.4% to a six-year high compared to the total market gain of 27.3%, with retail up 19% and offices 22%. As a result, the ...
Tuesday, 18. March 2014

EMEA investors will target secondary markets for opportunities in 2014

In EMEA, investors are finding opportunities especially in secondary markets with assets in need of capital expenditure and repositioning, despite recent political turmoil and economic uncertainty, according to a just released report from Colliers International. Overall, the new Global Investor Sentiment Report found optimism...
Monday, 9. December 2013

EMEA industrial investment at highest level for five years

Capital continues to flow into Industrial and Logistics real estate, with investment volumes rising 4.6% in Q3 2013, and nearly 40% on the same period last year, according to the latest research from global property advisor CBRE.
Wednesday, 27. November 2013

Falling yields across all property sectors

Falling yields across all property sectors and a moderate increase in rental values provides further evidence of growing momentum in European commercial property markets. The findings from CBRE’s Q3 2013 survey of prime rents and yields backs up the picture of recovering investment markets across the region, which have benef...
Monday, 4. November 2013

The bounce begins for European property investment in non-core markets

There has been a marked improvement in the European property investment landscape with growing signs of recovery apparent even in ‘crisis’ hit countries, according to research published by Cushman & Wakefield. A change in sentiment amongst consumers, businesses and financial markets is paving the way for a return of stronger ...
Friday, 27. September 2013

All European real estate sectors see downward yield movements in Q2 2013

While weak occupier demand in much of Europe continues to affect market activity and constrain rental growth, CBRE`s Q2 2013 survey of prime rents and yields shows evidence of yield improvement across all commercial real estate sectors for the first time since mid-2011. Over the quarter, CBRE`s EMEA Prime Yield Indices edged ...
Wednesday, 24. July 2013

DTZ 2013 Annual Outlook: Non-prime the new frontier in Europe

Occupiers and investors in EMEA are overcompensating for risk when defining their operational strategies according to research published today by DTZ. DTZ’s Annual Outlook report highlights that to achieve excess returns with sufficient deal choice, non-prime is the next frontier for investors in the next two years.
Friday, 14. December 2012

London’s Bond Street Most Expensive Shopping Street in Europe

According to the latest research from Colliers International EMEA’s luxury shopping addresses continue to demand the highest retail rents in the region. Renting a shop on London’s Bond Street for instance sets the retailer back £917 per m². For a typical 150 m² designer boutique this amounts to some £1.65 million per annum o...
Wednesday, 12. December 2012

Number of European mezzaniner real estate lenders contracts

54 mezzanine real estate lenders classify themselves as ‘active’ in Europe today, versus 69 at the end of H1 2011, according to a new report from CBRE. The study, which examines the depth and breadth of Europe’s mezzanine lending market, outlines that this fall was anticipated, and that CBRE expects this rationalization of le...
Thursday, 25. October 2012

No change for office markets across the EMEA region

According to Colliers International’s latest research, prime rental values for the office sector across the EMEA region are expected to remain flat. However, some of the weaker markets, outside of Europe’s core, will likely continue to see rents fall.
Thursday, 6. September 2012

Prime retail rents and yields remain stable

Over the six months to Q1 2012 most of the key high streets across the EMEA region recorded no changes or just minor shifts in prime rental levels, according to the latest research from Colliers International. Notable exceptions saw some core markets record an increase in prime rents, namely Vienna (14%), Hamburg (12%) and Lo...
Tuesday, 19. June 2012

Prime rents in Moscow key high streets & shopping centres recorded an increase

According to the latest research by Colliers International, prime rental rents on the key high streets and the shopping centers across the EMEA region have remained stable and, moreover, recorded increase in some cities. London as usual stays the most expensive city in Europe in terms of both high street prime rents and shopp...
Friday, 8. June 2012

EMEA Hotel Investment Volume 39 % lower than Q1 2011

In the first quarter of 2012, hotel investment volumes in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) totalled €1.5 billion, a 39 % decline compared to Q1 2011. However, volumes in Q1 2011 were distorted by approximately €1billion from three significant transactions (Marriott Champs Elysées, Ritz Carlton Moscow and a large Accor Eu...
Tuesday, 17. April 2012