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Good growth prospects for European investment market

The growth prospects for European investment market are good, in spite of the political turbulence and the uncertainty caused by Brexit and upcoming elections in Western European countries. The results of Poland and CEE region are the best for the last 10 years – the value of transactions exceeded EUR 11 bn in 2016 – according to new report "European Property Market Brief" prepared by AXI IMMO Group and Gerald Eve International.

"European Property Market Brief" is an outcome of efforts 800 property professionals from Gerald Eve International, operating in the commercial property market in Europe. The publication contains opinions and hard data that allows to compare market conditions, assess the risks and investment opportunities on major office and warehouse market in Europe. The project’s partners analyzed the key trends and growth prospects for commercial property markets in 12 countries and 24 different cities.

The publication "European Property Market Brief" enables, among others, following current trends on the occupier and investments market in office and industrial sectors. Regarding the office market, in 17 out of 24 analysed cities, there is an expectation of increase or maintain in rents, due to the limited number of new developments and growing demand mainly linked to the expansion of tenants. The decrease is estimated only for Warsaw and Istanbul. According to this research, the highest rental rates were in London (EUR 1365 p.a.) and the lowest in Antwerp (EUR 155 p.a.), Upper Silesia (EUR 162 p.a.)and Brno (EUR 167 p.a.).

On the warehouse and logistic market, the increase of prime rental rates is expected in 10 cities, including Prague, Upper Silesia and Barcelona. There is no location among analyzed cities, where rental rates fall is expected in 2017. As in the office sector, the highest rental rates are in London (EUR 179,90 p.a.) and Dublin (EUR 102 p.a.). The lowest rental rates were recorded in Upper Silesia (EUR 162 p.a.), East Lyon and Belfast (EUR 46 p.a.).

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