Institutional Real Estate Europe

July 1, 2016: Vol. 10, Number 07

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From the Current Issue


Polish office market continues to confound doubters

The lead story on central Europe in the June 2016 issue of Institutional Real Estate Europe pointed to the factors that are pulling real estate investors into the region, with Poland and the Czech Republic forming the principal focus of attention, and those factors have since gained in significance.


EPRA sees Italy IPO as heralding listed market kickstart

According to EPRA, the European Public Real Estate Association, the listing of Italian property company Coima on the country’s MTA exchange in May, following a €215 million IPO, could result in a renaissance in Italy’s tiny listed real estate sector.


Real estate leads the way

MSCI’s IPD Global Annual Property Index for 2015 shows that real estate returned 10.7 percent last year, compared to 2.6 percent for equities and 1.6 percent for bonds. 


Off the beaten track: Investor appetite for alternative property types has surged

Alternative property has become a bigger hunting ground than ever for investors as they increasingly diversify away — need to diversify away, on yield grounds — from traditional real estate. Investment levels reached a record last year, with one of the United Kingdom’s biggest advisory firms forecasting even higher levels of deal activity in 2016. 


Compelling arguments: The appeal of real estate debt is enduring

The post–global financial crisis recovery of Europe’s commercial real estate market since 2008 established a raft of opportunities within commercial mortgages, across a range of risk and return profiles that are balanced by favourable relative value versus alternative asset classes.


Implications all the time: What Brexit means for London

The United Kingdom’s 23 June referendum on membership of the European Union is the last in a series of events over the past 12 months that has heightened uncertainty in the London property market, which has contributed to the reduced levels of property transactions across all sectors of the real estate market. 

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