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According to new data from CB Richard Ellis, investors ploughed 31.1 billion Euros into European commercial property in the second quarter of this year.
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According to new data from leading real estate company CB Richard Ellis, vacancy rates fell in 10 out of 13 of America's largest office markets in the second quarter, with Houston and Boston charging the decline.
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It is now going on 7 years since America started to crumble, 6 years since the UK caught the disease, and between that and 5 years since most the rest of the world followed suit, and still we aren't back out the other side in any real way...
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News that London has the world's most expensive residential properties comes as no shock, for it is certainly not the first time it has held such a status, but it is perceived in 2 ways. On one hand it is seen as a great acclaim..
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Almost £800 million was invested in UK student housing in the first half of this year, more than double the £375 million invested during the same period of 2011...
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Europe is responsible for bringing about a second wave of the worst financial crisis in the history of man (thanks Europe), so it is unsurprising that commercial property in Europe is suffering...
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CBRE has just released its all-important global index of capital values for Q1 2012. The index shows growth slowing around the world, with the global growth for the quarter just 0.3% the smallest quarterly growth recorded by the index since Q4 2009...
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Transactions on European office markets accounted for half of investment activity in the first quarter of 2012. Research published by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) showed EUR 12 billion (GBP 9.6 billion) was ploughed into the sector in the three months from January to March...
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European retail investment is lower than at any point since the collapse of Lehman Brothers signalled a major property crash in 2008. According to CB Richard Ellis, just $5.9 billion was invested in European retail property in Q1...
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CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has put forward a compelling case for commercial property investment in its latest report Time to Overweight Real Estate - The case for property in 2012...
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Commercial property values have continued to stay strong in the first quarter of the year, according to results from CB Richard Ellis...
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As the global economic crisis rumbles on, it was a slow start to the year in property investment markets around the world - and the UK was no exception...
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The UK's commercial real estate market is being supported by the returns generated by investment properties in London. According to figures published by IPD, capital values for retail, industrial and office assets declined by 0.3 per cent...
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Many real estate investors are looking to core markets in the UK, with office and residential properties in London and the south-east among the most popular...
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The retail sector is beginning to rebound in certain parts of the world, according to one real estate expert. Speaking during a Property webinar...
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Both Savills International and CB Richard Ellis have issued positive reports this week on the Polish property market...
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There has been a significant reduction in the level of investment in European commercial real estate in the first quarter of the year, compared to the final three months of 2011...
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The level of activity in the European retail real estate investment market slowed in the first quarter of 2012, with just EUR 4.6 billion (GBP 3.7 billion) in transactions completed during the first three months of this year.
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The changing face of the property market means investors need to continually alter their approach to their investment strategies...
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The amount of money invested in European commercial property markets fell by 31 per cent in the first quarter of 2012, compared to the final three months of 2011...
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According to new data from CB Richard Ellis European government's offloaded EUR 2.3 billion worth of publicly owned property in 2011, twice as much as 2010, but not the economies you'd immediately expect...
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In a recent report into first quarter commercial real estate activity, CB Richard Ellis recorded EUR 24 bn in European real estate transactions in Q1, down 31% quarter on quarter and down 18% compared to Q1 2011...
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Retail property in the UK has experienced a fall in tenant demand, as well as negative rental expectations. The latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) UK Commercial Market Survey...
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The return generated by central London offices increased to 0.6 per cent in March, rising from the 0.5 per cent recorded in February...
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The vacancy rates across all classes of US properties either remained stable or fell slightly during the first quarter of 2012...
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The recovery in US commercial real estate markets continued in the first quarter of 2012, but at a slower rate than in the previous three-month period...
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Prime yields across all UK commercial property sectors remained stable in February, with the current levels expected to be supported this year by an imbalance in supply and demand for the most sought-after real estate assets.
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The cost of leasing retail space in the prime areas of Europe's major cities is stable, despite deteriorating consumer sentiment as a result of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis...
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Locations in the US sunbelt are expected to outperform other US destinations in terms of economic growth and their real estate markets over the next six to 12 months...
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The amount of cash expected to be made available for global commercial property investments has fallen by six per cent in 2012, compared to the capital on offer in the middle of last year..
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There is always much speculation over which real estate investment markets will attract the most interest each year...
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Hotel investment volumes in Manhattan doubled last year compared to 2010 according to the latest release of data on the sector from CB Richard Ellis...
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Investors from the US and Canada are the driving force behind European cross-border investment. According to research conducted by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), nearly one-third (30 per cent) of all commercial real estate transactions...
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Investors are continuing to target prime retail real estate assets, despite the current economic difficulties and low consumer confidence...
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Investment in Russian real estate went through the roof last year; beating records set at the height of the boom in 2008 fuelled by massively increasing confidence in the market according to the latest reports...
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Using equity to fund the purchase of real estate investments has become more popular than debt financing. This is the conclusion of a report published by Savills, which revealed the proportion of property transactions that are covered by mortgages has dropped over the last decade....
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The performance of UK commercial real estate worsened slightly in January, compared to the previous month. Research released by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) noted that total monthly returns declined...
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Transactions involving the purchase of 50 or more residential units increased by 44% year on year in Germany last year, with 6.12 billion Euros transacted over the course of the year according to new data...
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The level of investment in real estate assets in the European retail sector grew in the final quarter of 2011. Research published by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) revealed the total amount ploughed into this asset class...
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The Lloyds Bank Commercial Property Confidence Monitor for January 2012 recently revealed the extent to which concerns over the eurozone crisis and domestic economic difficulties have had an impact on the UK's commercial real estate sector....
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The outlook for European real estate investment in 2012 is one of caution, with concerns over the sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone continuing to play on investors' minds. In its most recent report...
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Real estate investment in the Central and Eastern European region has been picking up strongly since about the middle of last year, with several major firms and bodies all recording strong growth in transaction levels. However, according to the latest data...
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Commercial property markets across Europe were described as "broadly stable" during the final quarter of 2011 in terms of rents and yields, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) stated. The firm's report revealed prime yields and rents...
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CB Richard Ellis has just released its latest report into UK student housing investment, and it makes for very positive reading indeed. According to the data investment in student housing has increased by more than 120% in the last year...
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Amid the climate of economic turmoil fuelled by the ongoing Eurozone sovereign debt crisis, the Moscow real estate market is attracting an increasing number of investors looking for an alternative to the erstwhile traditional Western European property hotspots...
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There has been an increase in the number of real estate assets being brought to market in commercial sectors across Europe...
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There has been a greater level of activity among investors in the commercial property sector in Europe during the third quarter of 2011, compared to both the same period a year earlier and the previous quarter, the latest figures from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) show....
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The latest figures from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) indicate that rents and yields generated by prime commercial real estate in Europe held steady during the third quarter of this year...
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Fewer people have been putting their properties up for sale in September, resulting in a slight constriction on the supply of residential real estate in the UK, the latest research from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has revealed....
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Investors who are putting their money into eurozone real estate markets should be demanding higher risk premiums due to the potential repercussions of the sovereign debt crisis, it has been claimed...
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A recovery in rents for offices in prime central business district (CBD) locations in Europe has been noted...
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New research carried out by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) in the US has revealed that green office buildings can not only command higher rents than their older counterparts, but also tend to have better occupancy rates....
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Global real estate investors are targeting London over any other European city, new research from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has revealed...
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Real estate investors are likely to take one of three approaches to purchasing property given the current worldwide economic problems...
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With the hotel industry showing signs of growth - and investors once again expressing interest in hotels as an asset class - there are set to be many opportunities in the sector...
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Office rents in the Americas region have posted their first positive three months of growth, both on an annual and quarterly basis, since the third quarter of 2010...
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There were few rental increases noted across European office markets during the second quarter of this year, the latest report from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has revealed...
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Following the announcement earlier this month that Standard and Poor's had downgraded the US's credit rating from its AAA status to AA+, global markets tumbled, with billions of dollars wiped off the price of stocks and shares around the world...
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The commercial real estate sector in the US has been impacted by the country's low level of economic growth, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) has warned. The organisation moderated its predictions for the coming months due to the slowdown in the economy and poor job creation figures...
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There has been a gradual improvement in the performance of commercial real estate markets around the world, the latest research from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has revealed...
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Strong foreign exchange rates are just one of the reasons that international property investors are looking for assets in the UK capital's prime areas...
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Germany's property investment market is considered to be "stable and prosperous" among investors, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has revealed...
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The slowdown in the global economy coupled with the effect of the downgrade of the US AAA credit rating could have an impact on real estate fundamentals, it has been suggested...
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New figures published by Jones Lang LaSalle have revealed that the highest volume of investment in commercial property transactions took place in New York...
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Global real estate investors will be faced with challenges in the short term as a result of market volatility, a panel of experts has asserted...
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London office space is one of the few areas of the commercial property industry in the UK to have experienced capital growth during July compared to June...
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Commercial real estate investors are seeking out "less risky types of investments" due to the market volatility...
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New research published by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has revealed that the central London office market helped buoy the rest of the sector in the UK after a further positive month in July...
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Investment activity in the retail property sector in Europe has been concentrated on Germany, Poland, Russia and countries in the Nordic region...
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New figures published by Savills suggest that Polish commercial real estate has become much more popular. The organisation revealed that investment volumes in the country are set to reach 2 billion euros...
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The commercial property sector in London has continued to perform well, despite many other regions in the UK failing to keep up with the capital...
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London commercial property is a good sector for investors to target, a new report has claimed. Henderson Global Investor's property research team noted that there are opportunities for growth...
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The supply of office space in major European cities is expected to be restricted over the coming 12 months due to a lack of new construction starts...
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Regional property markets should see more investor interest over the coming months, it has been noted, with one expert in real estate investment explaining...
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Those seeking an alternative route to provide for their retirement appear to be mostly dependent on property investment as one of the best ways of doing so...
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Commercial property values in Europe continued their ascent in the first three months of 2011, albeit at a slower pace than previously recorded...
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While the Bank of England's decision to keep interest rates at a record low 0.5 per cent has not come as a surprise to many, it could lead to an unbalancing of the country's real estate market in the long-term...
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Cooling measures continued to be introduced by various governments across Asia over the first three months of the year in order to rein in surging property prices in the region, it has been suggested...
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Demand from international investors is helping to keep the London property market buoyant, with asking prices in the capital six per cent higher in the first three months of 2011 compared with the 2010 quarterly average....
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The European commercial property investment scene has begun to take an increasing share of the limelight as it finds its recovery legs...
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Institutional investors have overtaken publicly-traded real estate investment trusts (REITs) as the largest buyers of US office buildings in the first three months of the year...
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Growing demand for retail property has become the primary driver of the European commercial property market, new research has found. CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has reported that first-quarter commercial property investment was 32 per cent higher in 2011 than at the same point of last year....
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A growth in the number of international buyers active in the UK property market is expected to bolster the region's real estate market, it has been suggested. Despite being hit hard by the recent financial crisis, the sector is expected to recover strongly...
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There are still a number of "sound reasons" for investors to be looking at the opportunities available to them within global commercial property markets, it has been suggested...
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Investment in European retail property has hit its highest level for three years, with the asset class clearly outperforming other sectors within the region's commercial real estate market...
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The property market in Thailand is experiencing a slight slowdown as government cooling measures begin to take effect. Following robust growth last year, analysts have expressed caution about the long-term prospects of the sector....
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Supply shortages in a number of commercial markets around the world mean that there are a number of reasons to invest in the sector at present...
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Property investors are increasingly eying up riskier markets as fierce competition for commercial real estate in more stable countries pushes up prices and investment volumes....
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Last month saw a distinct pick up in performance within all three of the main commercial property sectors in the UK. Total returns from the sector were 1.2 per cent and capital value growth was 0.7 per cent, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) reports....
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A significant surge by investors for prime, good quality retail property saw the sector post a 60 per cent year-on-year increase in capital during 2010, the latest figures from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) have revealed....
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The Investment Property Databank (IPD) has launched a new pan-European property fund index which will reveal the cross-border performance of real estate funds. Set to be released quarterly, the index is made up of 18 cross-border funds in the region, which represent approximately 82 per cent of the total market, Property Week reports....
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Restrictions on foreign investment in Thailand mean that overseas buyers are increasingly being put off purchasing real estate in Bangkok...
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A rapid resurgence in capital values among prime properties, improving business sentiment and growing investor confidence ensured that Asian real estate continued to grow in stature at the end of 2010....
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Investor sentiment in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is improving, with the first two months of 2011 seeing EUR 1.2 billion spent on commercial property acquisitions....
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The level of real estate transactions picked up during the third quarter in Asia, new figures show. Direct investment excluding land transactions in the region grew by 53 per cent compared to the previous quarter suggesting that confidence is returning to buyers....
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Rents for prime property across the globe have stabilised suggesting that consumer confidence in real estate worldwide is beginning to grow, the latest figures suggest. CB Richard Ellis'(CBRE) Global Retail Market View report highlights the increasing demand for prime retail space in most markets, with some cities seeing substantial annual growth at the end of the third quarter of 2010....
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Emerging markets around the world are continuing to outperform their more established rivals in the real estate sector, the latest research has suggested. According to the latest Global Retail Market View from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), the ongoing growth of the region's middle class is contributing to this success....
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A lower tax rate in Australia is expected to offer offshore buyers the opportunity to benefit from substantial savings when acquiring and managing real estate assets in the country. According to the Financial Standard, the Federal Government's decision to phase down interest withholding tax on interest paid on some offshore borrowings will benefit potential investors....
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The commercial real estate sector is enjoying a run of good fortune of late, with stronger leasing volumes, more property-management work and increased investment sales, it has been claimed....
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