Business Immo, the real estate website

Atlas Outlook 2016

Published on

A research produced by

Atlas Outlook 2016

Foreign exchange movements played a significant role in both growth and strategy over the year, attracting more investors towards the USA while also diluting volume growth measured in other currencies. According to RCA, while global volumes fell 2% in US$ terms, in euros there was a gain of 17%.

This distortion was most apparent for Europe, with EMEA volumes flat in dollar terms but 23% up in euros while North America saw the fastest growth measured in any currency. In Asia meanwhile, in US$ or euro, with or without land, the region was down as past policy tightening impacted, together with concerns over slowing growth in China and, in many cases, a lack of affordable investment opportunities. 

Source : Cushman & Wakefield

This research is available only to BI or BIE subscribers

Please log in, or contact us to find out how to subscribe

Keywords : Cushman & Wakefield
  • David Hutchings

    International Partner - Head of EMEA Investment Strategy - CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD LONDON OLD BROAD STREET

    Author of 16 études