Where to start: Central and eastern Europe is Europe’s property darling, but it’s a big place
The upturn in Europe, featuring high demand for commercial properties, has probably been the longest-lasting positive cycle in recent decades. Alongside traditional core real estate investment destinations like London, Paris and Frankfurt, second-tier investment markets have been making notable advances. Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia are looking attractive.
Central and eastern Europe is like a little guy shouting “Look at me!” Multiple microeconomic factors are making investors change their mindset and see the region as a growing powerhouse that cannot be ignored. If you’re rubbing your eyes in disbelief, take a look at the investment report on central and eastern Europe titled CEE Investment Report – Mission to Outperform and compiled by developer Skanska, broker JLL and Dentons in partnership with ABSL (the Association of Business Service Leaders) and Fitch Ratings.