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Cross-border activity and mega deals on the rise in non-core markets - October 2016

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Cross-border activity and mega deals on the rise in non-core markets - October 2016

It has been over two months since the United Kingdom’s groundbreaking vote to leave the European Union, yet there has been no sign of a major economic shock to the Eurozone’s economy so far. Many of the conditions that have driven the recovery remain in place and Europe's recovery appears firmly on track. Outside of Brexit, other political developments continue to pose risks to the Eurozone’s outlook and could increase uncertainty in the region. Cross border investors in search for large deals

Cross border investors with abundance of investable capital have been searching for large-scale investments preferably valued at the level of €100 million or more. Many of this type of players have been the protagonists in the purchase of large-scale assets and portfolios over the past three years across several European markets.

Source : Savills

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