50% of London’s commercial investment properties could be worth less than what owners paid for them
Around 50 percent of commercial investment properties in London could be worth less than what owners paid for them, according to a new blog published by Tom Leahy, MSCI Real Assets’ head of research (EMEA).
London and Hong Kong’s markets come out worst in the analysis of price movements and the holding periods for properties. Leahy’s research shows that broadly, the higher the proportion of properties that are in the red, the less liquid a market becomes.
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