Tuesday, 17 January 2017

German property investment market ends year with extraordinary strong fourth quarter

In their latest quarterly review (Q4 2016) JLL shows a record 4th quarter but a decline of the total annual transaction volume compared to 2015. Last year had actually the third highest volume.

Transaction Volume Germany quarterly 2017
Source: JLL Research
There was a Slight dip in demand in the Big 7 and Frankfurt reclaims its position as the investment capital. This map shows the Transaction Volume 2016 by Region
Transaction Volume 2016 by Region
Source: JLL Research

Further observations mentioned in the report are:
  • All asset classes feature on the shopping lists of national and foreign investors.
  • Further yield compression with increasing capital values.
  • No fundamental change in investment strategy.
  • Above-average residential transaction volume despite lack of megadeals
Residential Transaction Volume, Germany
Source: JLL Research
The full report is available on the JLL Research website http://www.jll.de/germany/en-gb/research/1472/investment-market-overview

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