Published at: 2017-08-22 11:35 | Author: report
The real estate investment volume in the CEE region increased 17 percent y-o-y to €5.4bn in the first six months of the year, according to the latest Colliers International’s report.
“We forecast at end of the first quarter that 2016’s record-breaking €12.2bn of investment in the real estate sector in the CEE region is likely to be surpassed in 2017, and the data for the first half of the year continues to indicate that scenario will happen,” said Mark Robinson, CEE research specialist at Colliers International. Investment volumes in the Czech Republic have remained the most significant in the CEE region, with flows of €2.2bn, topping Poland which reported €1.5bn in the firs...

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