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Warsaw named no.2 most attractive European city for property investment in 2012


CBRE, the world’s commercial real estate services firm, announced today the results of its latest ‘Real Estate Investor Intentions’ survey*, with Warsaw scoring 2nd among the top targets for investors in Europe in 2012.

Launched today at MIPIM 2012 - the property industry’s annual trade show held in Cannes, France - CBRE’s latest ‘Real Estate Investor Intentions’ survey*, completed by more than 340 leading property investors, provides high level insights into investor sentiment towards international real estate markets and forecasts activity for the year ahead.

London was head and shoulders above other named cities as the top target for investors in Europe, with 37 percent of investors pin-pointing it as the premier investment destination in Europe in 2012. The second most popular city was Warsaw (12 percent), reflecting that market’s strong economic fundamentals. Paris was in third position (9 percent) following on from the high level of investment activity there in 2011, before the German cities of Munich (8 percent) and Berlin (7 percent ).

- The position of Warsaw among the most desired property investment destinations in Europe reflects Poland’s well-deserved perception of a market with strong underlying fundamentals, able to weather global and European economic volatility. No. 2 score of the Polish capital, right after London and before Paris, Munich and Berlin, presents an optimistic outlook for developers and investors engaged in the Polish market, as well as those intending to make an entry - said Colin Waddell, Managing Director of  CBRE for Poland.

The full report click here

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