Sunday, 19 March 2017

EMEA Investors Intentions Survey by CBRE: Germany at No.1 again with Berlin moving up to No.2 city


Berlin moved up to No.2
 The CBRE has arrived at these conclusions:
  • Economic conditions are positive and investors have ample capital to deploy in real estate
  • In EMEA, investors are planning for $475 billion in real estate investments in 2017
  • For 2017, 85% of investors intend to spend at least as much as in 2016, and 40% expect to spend more
  • Germany is ahead of the UK as the most attractive place to invest, as was the case in 2016, but investors are showing an increasing tendency to invest in the UK despite uncertainty over Brexit
  • The Nordics enters the top three with a significant jump compared to 2016
  • London retains the top spot as most popular city to invest in with an increased share, but Berlin shows the biggest increase, moving into second place
  • ‘Pricing’ and ‘Availability of product’ are the biggest obstacles to investing in EMEA real estate
  • Office is the most popular sector: interest in logistics has increased
  • Risk appetite has increased slightly
  • Income related factors such as ‘Yield relative to other asset classes’ are investor’s key motivations for investing in real estate
  The full report is available: 

Another interesting result is the preferred property type:

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