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Different stages of the recovery are leading to different opportunities.
The investment volume in Southern Europe totalled nearly €13.1bn in Q1 Q3 2017 and is (...)
The Spanish economy continues to grow in line with expectations, albeit at a slightly more subdued rate. The annual growth forecast stands at between (...)
The muted results posted for the occupier market in Q1 2017 came in stark contrast to the sharp growth seen in average closing rents.
The occupier market performs well despite the lack of mega-deals (>10,000 sq m). Y-o-y take-up figures and number of deals signed for spaces <10,000 (...)
The almost €2,900 million transacted between January and June in the commercial real estate market equates to just 70% of the volume registered for (...)
For the second quarter running, no deals >10,000 sq m were signed in Q2 2016, yet the market has registered growth both on a (...)
The circa 1.85 million sqm of retail space in retail parks now accounts for 12.5% of the retail market.
Developer activity in this segment (...)
The first quarter closed with take-up figures of circa 125,000 sqm, a 17% y-o-y increase if we disregard the two mega-deals in Q1 2015 (...)
All retail market indicators, such as shopping centre footfall, sales volumes, textiles manufacturing, hospitality
business figures and leisure spend are all rising driving investor (...)
Madrid's office occupier market closed out the year well over the psychological take-up level of 500,000 sq m, thereby bringing the market back to (...)
The 390,000 sq m of take-up registered between January and September equates to 95% of the total annual take-up in 2014. It appears to (...)
Commercial property investment volume between January and September 2015 reached 75% of the 2014 annual total.
Intense investment activity means the year will end with (...)
Around 260,000 sqm of new GLA is in the pipeline for 2015, which is almost eight times more than in 2014.
The increase in developer (...)
2014 will be remembered as the year when the market turned. Since the end of 2013 the improvement in economic forecasts increased confidence in (...)
The retail warehouse market comprised 4.4 million sq m at the end of 2014 (including retail parks and freestanding retail warehouse units) , which (...)
The retail warehouse market comprised 4.4 million sq m at the end of 2014 (including retail parks and freestanding retail warehouse units), which equates (...)
Take-up in H1 2014 reached just over 190,000 sq m, which is a 14% y-o-y decrease, although if we disregard the Vodafone letting (50,000 (...)
Take-up in the first quarter of the year stood at slightly over 105,000 sq m. Which is a 36% decrease on Q1 2013, although (...)
Hardly more than 160,000 sq m of GLA came onto the market in 2013, which is 60% less than the same figure in 2012, (...)
Take-up reached close to 385,000 sq m in 2013, which is a 35% y-o-y increase and the first positive growth since 2010.
One must take (...)
Take-up in the second quarter barely reached 60,000 sq m, which is the lowest Q2 figure on record. However, the half yearly figure far (...)
The total volume of space for the retail warehouse segment (including occupied retail parks and stand-alone retail warehouse units) is estimated at just over (...)
Take-up has been driven by the coincidental signing of several mega-deals. The 50,000 sqm deal of Vodafone which will bring all its offices under (...)
In 2012, the office market reflected the difficulties that the business sector was and still is going through. Gross annual take-up hit record lows. (...)
The shockwaves that have rippled through the economic and financial arena over the past year have had a swift and virtually blanket effect on (...)
Just over 460,000 sq m of GLA came onto the market in 2012, which was 20% more than in 2011. 90% of this new (...)
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