Institutional Real Estate Europe

September 1, 2015: Vol. 9, Number 8

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From the Current Issue


A new name: A new cover and the same high-quality coverage

With this month’s edition we’re retitling the publications — Institutional Real Estate Americas, Institutional Real Estate Europe and Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific — and reformatting the covers so they have the same kind of high-quality, highly-strategic, more academic look and feel that characterised the original format of the old editions of The Institutional Real Estate Letter.


Close to home: Real estate markets in northern Europe are fundamentally attractive

Many of the real estate markets in Europe are so buoyant at the moment that investors are starting to wonder if this is another bubble. Although some markets are undoubtedly hot, particularly the United Kingdom, we believe that there is plenty of value left in the mature markets of northern Europe and that investors do not have to invest in some of the riskier southern European markets in order to achieve good returns. 


Development pick-up to meet London office demand growth

Competition for office space in central London is fierce presently as a result both of high demand from occupiers in Europe’s principal financial centre and office market, and of limited supply. There are now signs that developers are moving projects from the planning stage to implementation


Bouyant demand again for property in Spain

Both the principal office markets in Madrid and Barcelona and the retail sector across the wider country have seen recent deals that confirm the burgeoning interest of international real estate investors in the Spanish market. 


This time will be different

How many times have you heard that before? It’s one of the most often used and abused phrases in real estate, a few simple words that can be used to justify just about any decision, particularly when markets begin to look somewhat frothy.

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