Strong Q1 investment volumes put Europe on track to match 2017 levels

Strong Q1 investment volumes put Europe on track to match 2017 levels

Published at: 2018-06-26 10:16 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Commercial real estate investment volumes across Europe are currently on course to meet 2017 levels, after the the first quarter of this year was broadly in line with the long-term average, according to Savills. It’s anticipated that Poland will benefit from capital flows in Europe with an annual transaction volume expected to hit another record in 2018. Poland (+329 percent), Belgium (+248 percent) and Luxembourg (+144 percent) all saw their volumes increase in the first quarter, according Savills. In Poland, the sale of a €1bn retail portfolio gave Q1 volumes a boost, and in Belgium, a number of large deals carried over from Q4 2017 to Q1 2018. The UK, Germany and France remain the dominant markets for investment, collectively accounting for 63 percent of activity, Savills writes.

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