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Housing 03/08/2020

In times of uncertainty, block residential reinforces its attractiveness — Primonial REIM

Primonial REIM has just published a recent study about the office, commercial, residential, health, and hospitality markets. “Although the lockdown reduced the volume of (...)

Housing 24/07/2020

A drop in activity is expected on the French housing market in 2020 — Fnaim

The French national real estate federation — Fnaim — estimates in its latest note on the French housing market, that the significant drop in market activity (...)

Office 26/03/2020

"Core assets should be favoured, even more so than yesterday"

Business Immo: How do you see the current context related to the coronavirus? Julien Pinault: The circumstances are, in more ways than one, exceptional. The (...)

Finance 10/03/2020

With capital overflowing, where can CRE investors find returns?

Annual global private real estate fundraising exceeded $150bn for the first time in 2019, according to a recent study by London-based research firm Preqin, (...)

Listed 20/09/2019

Hamburg's alstria places €400m bond to refinance old maturities

Hamburg's alstria office REIT has placed a corporate bond with a nominal value of €400m and a fixed coupon of 0.5%, aimed to refinance (...)

Finance 13/09/2019

ECB's renewal of covered bond purchases threatens market consolidation

The European Central Bank's renewal of covered bond purchases threatens the market consolidation and risks further damage to it, says the German association of Pfandbriefbanks (vdp). The (...)

Finance 20/05/2019

Increases in European commercial property rents seen modest in 2019

With only modest economic growth and a slower rise in employment, 2019 is likely to show only limited rises in European commercial property rents, (...)

Finance 14/03/2019

Reshuffling the investment pack in Europe’s Big Three

UK, on the ropes but not out yet The United Kingdom was on the ropes in 2018 but still managed to hold on to its title (...)

Finance 19/02/2019

German real estate in good shape even if economy is slowing - Quo Vadis conference

Even if the German economy is slowing, its real estate is in good shape and any rise in ECB interest rates will be postponed (...)

Office 03/01/2019

Patrizia buys Frankfurt Eurotower for €575m for Taiwan's Fubon Life

Paying €575m on behalf of Taiwan's Fubon Life Insurance group, Germany's Patrizia has acquired the Eurotower office building in Frankfurt, the European Central Bank's former HQ. The 148 m., (...)

Office 19/11/2018

European real estate continues to shine despite macroeconomic risks - RICS

Europe continued to show strongest momentum of all global real estate markets in third quarter, with German cities, Netherlands, Portugal and some central Europe (...)

Office 24/10/2018

JLL's Victor German office indicator grows at moderate 1.5%qq in 3Q

JLL's proprietary Victor Prime Office Indicator rose 1.5% in the third quarter, continuing its moderate growth in 2018 and undershooting the 2%-mark set in (...)

Housing 24/09/2018

1H European multi-family resi investment surges to 5yr record 17% - Savills

Multi-family residential investment as a proportion of all CRE spend in Europe surged in the first half to 17%, almost €20.5bn and the highest (...)

Finance 17/09/2018

Milan, Amsterdam, Oslo property most at risk from ECB tightening - UBS

With property prices significantly dependent on bond yields, markets such as Milan, Amsterdam and Oslo are most vulnerable as the European Central Bank winds (...)

Finance 13/09/2018

Global real estate robust but political, trade headwinds loom - JLL's Tschammler

Global real estate investment and leasing continues to perform well, with demand robust and more investors raising allocations, says Timo Tschammler, CEO of JLL (...)

Finance 09/07/2018

Where are rates going, and how will European property react?

One factor overshadowing interest rates is the gradual discontinuation of Quantitative Easing in the eurozone. A first concrete step was made at the beginning (...)