Institutional Real Estate Europe

July 1, 2017: Vol. 11, Number 07

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Up for a challenge: The rise of the private rented sector

Home ownership in Europe is becoming increasingly challenging — not because of a lack of willingness to become a homeowner, but because young people just can’t buy a home. Global competition, urbanisation, demographics and government policy are some of the guilty parties.


Developments force Warsaw office district map redraw

The Warsaw office market continues to grow, in terms both of new developments being delivered and of new lease agreements taking up much of the additional space. Q1 2017 numbers from JLL and other participants in the Polish Office Research Forum show that 10 buildings with total space of 84,200 square metres were delivered to market in the first quarter and that lease agreements were signed for a total of 194,000 square metres, up 36 percent on Q1 2016.


Hotel hotspots

New research from Savills has given a Top 10 list of European cities for hotel investment, with Dublin, Milan and Madrid taking the first three positions.


Fund manager survey confirms further AUM growth

The main finding in the global Fund Manager Survey 2017 from ANREV, INREV and NCREIF is that the total value of real estate AUM in 2016 rose to €2.4 trillion, up 20.1 percent on the previous year, due primarily to an increase in the sample size. The survey of 177 fund managers also found significant […]

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