Published at: 2016-03-08 10:11 | Author: CIJ Germany
Take-up on the European logistics market increased by 28 percent, however a lack of prime supply remains a problem, according to BNP Paribas Real Estate.
Germany continues to be the largest single occupier market in Europe. Take-up was boosted by strong manufacturer demand, especially in the automotive industry.

Taking into consideration investor demand and yield contraction, Germany had a record 2015. Yields in seven locations fell by an average 100 basis points compared with 2014. Munich remains the most expensive market, with a net prime yield of 5.20 percent. \"Strong investor demand coupled with the strong take-up being seen suggests grow...

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