Published at: 2017-10-30 19:51 | Author: Robert McLean
The world of Czech investment has undergone a remarkable transformation over the course of the current economic cycle.
As recently as 8 years after the beginning of the financial crisis, the only local investors actively looking for opportunities on the real estate market were associated with large financial groups and a couple of major developers. But a generational changing of the guard in addition to the creation of legal structures for qualified investor funds has added an important and expanding layer of liquidity to the property sector.

It’s a phenomenon that Jan Hospodář has been tracking closely for...

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