Published at: 2016-10-16 12:57 | Author: Nikos Roussanoglou
Potential growth for the second quarter could be improving the prospects for Greece’s commercial real estate sectors
RETAIL The retail market is rapidly splitting into a two-tier market, with rents and demand in the most popular locations (high streets and shopping centers) rising sharply at the expense of the secondary markets, which are suffering. According Panayiotis Tsaousis, head of Retail with Proprius, which represents Cushman & Wakefield in the Greek market, rents in prime locations are picking up pace (in some case dramatically) in prime locations, while prices in secondary locations are anticipated t...

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