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In investors switched their attention to such assets as apartment complexes, hotels, nursing homes, and student housing making the residential sector the only class of real estate, where concluded transactions amount exceeded the figures from the previous year. The UK, on the other hand, saw a significant decline during the same period the slowdown in retail sales and the uncertainty of the upcoming Brexit deal played their part in this.
European countries attracted powerful cross-border flows of capital in , which, together with major platform deals, became the bedrock for high liquidity of European assets. The most active European investors in the regional lucrative real estate market turned out to be British, German, French, Swiss and Swedish. The decline in Chinese investor activity due to a tightened capital control by the Chinese authorities was levelled out by an increase in investments from Korea and Singapore.
Citizens of the United States continued to be the most active cross-border players. Savills experts note that the distribution of assets by class and geographic area is becoming more distinct depending on the countries where the investors originate from. A CBRE report on the prospects of the European real estate market in notes that the dominant feature of the past 20 years has been the ability of the European economies of capital cities to outpace the national ones.
However, the national investment volumes of transaction shares in the real estate markets in capitals vary depending on the specific city. Both Amsterdam and London accounted for a little over half of the national investment in profitable properties.
CBRE analysts predict that the flow of investment in European real estate will see a slight decline in Due to a very high investment turnover in the last couple of years, an absence of available assets for sale in some European countries occurred, which is expected to limit the volume of investments in European real estate in A CBRE report claims that the reasons for the investor's concern are the changes in the monetary policy of the European Central Bank ECB , which completed its quantitative easing program in December , making the ECB buy bonds of Eurozone countries to protect the European economy from deflation.
This decision of the ECB may create prerequisites for raising interest rates by the end of In addition, investors may be inclined to more cautious investment strategies: global risks associated with the escalation of international trade disputes, decline in the growth of Chinese economy spreading to other developing countries, uncertainty over the outcome of Brexit. European investors did not change their expectations much in The PwC rating, which reflects on the assessment of investments prospects for the main European cities in , showed that London came 29th, surpassing only Moscow and Istanbul.
UK regional centres, such as Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh, also came towards the bottom of the ranking. Surveys revealed that European investors are concerned about the outcome of Brexit much more than their non-European counterparts, and, perhaps, for no good reason. Despite the difference in absolute figures, data from JLL and RCA confirm an increase in the flow of investments in London's real estate. The attractiveness of British real estate for Asian capital is, on the one hand, largely due to the sharp drop of the pound sterling, and on the other, because of the greater profitability of British real estate in comparison to properties in continental Europe.
The RCA also notes that office property in central London have risen in cost. Political uncertainty over Brexit has not stopped international investors who are considering long term projects. After the Brexit referendum, the British real estate market showed amazing growth and stability in investment volumes in both and In the first three quarters of , the Paris region became one of the fastest growing investment markets in Europe, reported PwC.
Rapid growth was observed in the office real estate sector. This largely explains the increase in investors' expectations from the real estate market in Paris, which in in the PwC investment attractiveness rating climbed from its previous 14th position to a respectable 11th.
As noted in the PwC survey, Paris is seen by many large Asian and Middle Eastern investors as a safe and business-friendly alternative to London. However, just like London, Paris is experiencing a shortage of supply. Frankfurt, Berlin. For the fourth consecutive year, investments in German commercial real estate have exceeded 50 billion euros. Berlin, the leader in , gave way to Frankfurt in 7. In the PwC investment attractiveness ranking, Frankfurt came fifth. The increased investor attention towards the city is a result of the potential benefits that Germany's financial capital will attain after Brexit plays out.
A number of major companies including Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Nomura, Standard Chartered and Goldman Sachs have already announced plans to expand their representation in Frankfurt.
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Many people now consider Germany as one of the best countries to invest in. In fact. Commercial property in Lisbon and Porto, residential property in Cascais and the Algarve. These two types of real estate are most in demand. Residential real estate returns in Europe. Key data – average rental yields, taxes payable, stamp duty, transaction costs, plus landlord rights.