Published at: 2017-01-04 12:46 | Author: Robert McLean
CBRE's head of capital markets, Robert Paulson says Bucharest's investment market will expand rapidly as long as poduct is made available
How does Bucharest’s investment market compare to Prague’s?
There’s little comparison between the two. Over the last cycle, you’ve seen Prague establish itself as a significantly more mature market. People talk about Prague and Warsaw decoupling and I think that’s a fair comment. When you go further east, you saw Hungary take off last year and Romania is on the cusp of that. There’s a depth of inquiry in retail and in industrial the regional players have already entered. The office sector is m...

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