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Market report European investment March 2013
15 March 2013
The overall volume invested in 2012 in our survey area increased by 10.3% compared to the previous year to €116.9 billion.
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20 October 2014
Taking into account the number of hotels currently being marketed, we expect that 2014 totals, which currently stand at €430 million, will be in line with last year’s total investment volume of €580 million.
17 October 2014
Take-up declines as rising rents and falling vacancies continue
15 October 2014
Residential and commercial property investors look to regional markets
15 October 2014
According to Savills What Workers Want research conducted in Paris, office location and its proximity to public transport was ranked highest by a majority of employees at 68% and 80% respectively with those surveyed considering the time they spend commuting everyday as very important.
14 October 2014
The Alps cover an area of 191,000 square km, spanning seven countries and attract up to four million tourists annually. With 36% of the world’s ski resorts, the Alps capture 45% of all global skier visits (North America is second, with 21%).
14 October 2014
Commercial transaction volume of €2.8bn represents highest monthly volume since March – Residential transaction volume of almost €1bn slightly below average of past 12 months
13 October 2014
“2014 is the third consecutive year of increased investor interest in prime logistics and light industrial assets in Poland and this trend is expected to be maintained next year.” Michal Cwiklinski, Savills Poland
06 October 2014
Increase in occupier and investor demand
24 September 2014
"Office workers become challenging in their office needs, putting more and more attention to funky fit-outs, sophisticated design, new technologies, green policy, etc. However, over the top of these, there are still some basic needs that should be satisfied first.” Tomasz Buras, Head of Savills Poland
23 September 2014
Take-up in H1 2014 reached just over 190,000 sq m, which is a 14% y-o-y decrease, although if we disregard the Vodafone letting (50,000 sq m) signed at the beginning of 2013, the difference would be +11%.
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