Published at: 2016-07-06 10:11 | Author: report
The Spanish real estate investment volume in the first six months of the year amounted to €3.921bn, down 24 percent from the same period in 2015, according to CBRE’s latest report.
The decline is due to a lack of supply as well as economic and political uncertainty. The country’s office segment has been impacted the most with investment activity falling by 48 percent to €871m for the six-month period. Investment in retail and hotel assets dropped by 30 percent and 48 percent, to €1.341bn and €543m respectively. Meanwhile, investment in logistics doubled, hitting €462m, accounting for 12 percent of total investment for H1.

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