Europe real estate analysis autumn 2015

Berlin-generic-THUMB.jpegStrong demand for stable, income-producing property will continue as foreign investment increases, writes David Hutchings, partner and head of EMEA investment strategy and capital markets at Cushman & Wakefield

With the availability of debt and equity both still rising and an improving occupier market in much of the region, volumes and values are steadily moving back towards pre-crisis levels across much of Europe.

In an environment where interest rates will stay low for longer but investors are nervy of the risks around them, the current period of strong demand for…

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