Institutional Real Estate Europe

September 1, 2018: Vol. 12, Number 8

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Optical illusion: Has Italy undergone a real estate renaissance or is it all just a mirage?

When you buy a car in Italy, the first thing you have to do is legally register it. This slight inconvenience is made more bearable by the fact that you don’t have to look very far to find someone who can rubber-stamp your purchase for you. With the highest percentage of notaries per inhabitant of all the OECD member countries, there’s one on almost every Italian street corner.


Canada and Germany are most underweight markets

Canada and Germany are the world’s most underweight real estate markets, according to Knight Frank. The consultancy has determined that Canada could receive an additional $4.5 billion (€3.9 billion) of real estate capital annually, while Germany could attract $3.1 billion (€2.7 billion) more into its market.


Letting the light in

Seven European countries have been classified as “highly transparent” by JLL in the company’s 2018 Global Real Estate Transparency Index.

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