EMEA commercial property investment to hit €100bn in Q4

by   CIJ News iDesk II
2020-10-26   10:38
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Commercial property investments in the EMEA region is expected to reach €100bn in the fourth quarter, following a number of deals in Q3, according to Colliers. This would take investment volumes for the year to around €270bn, only 14 percent less than what was reported in 2019, provided smoother waters prevail and the market isn’t further shocked by external geo-political or macro-economic factors. According to Colliers’ investor survey, 95 percent of investors expect the market to recover within 12 months. Logistics and residential investment have proven to be the most resilient sectors, sustaining high levels of investment. Colliers estimates more than €3bn of logistic portfolios alone were introduced to the market this September, some of which have already closed, with values increasing by up to 20 percent for core assets.