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According to data from Markit, the UK's construction sector recorded a rating of 62.4 on the purchasing managers' index (PMI). Any figure above 50 indicates growth...
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World leading property consulting and research firm CBRE have revealed that investors from the Middle East are expected to spend €135bn in overseas...
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Savills latest report into the Polish commercial property market shows an exceptionally strong final quarter to end last year, boosting the year-end total to a 6 year high...
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Configured retail units in good locations continue to be in demand, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. Despite structural changes currently taking place in the sector and a constant stream of businesses going into administration...
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Wales is proving to be one of the best places for commercial property, with the sector apparently full of vigour and energy. In the third quarter of 2013, it has been revealed that the value of commercial property in the country increased by an astonishing 143 per cent...
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As 2013 fast approaches, property market analysts are questioning the position of the commercial sector going into the New Year. Thus far, findings have been mixed, with some claiming economic uncertainty...
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According to the latest report from the US National Association of Realtors, not only is the multifamily housing sector in full recovery but the wider commercial property market is steadily clambering its way aboard the recovery lifeboat as well...
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It's that time of the year again; the time when we stop worrying about this year, and start planning for the next, even if the continued volatility out there makes planning seem almost impossible at times...
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The level of return generated by commercial real estate investments in the UK remained flat in August, according to the latest research...
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Although the overall economic outlook in Europe is rather dim, the same is not so for commercial property investments on the continent. The latest figures published...
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UK regions outside central London are still attracting attention from investors, accounting for almost half (48 per cent) of total investment volumes in the country last year...
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Negative gross domestic product growth in the UK and continued concerns over the outcome of the Eurozone crisis have weighed on investor sentiment and resulted in a slowdown...
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Emerging markets are witnessing unprecedented boom in shopping mall development as growing middle class populations' fuel major expansion in emerging market retail according to CBRE...
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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 volume of shopping centre transactions completed in the UK during the first quarter of 2012 fell, compared to the same period in 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 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 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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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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The volume of investment entering global commercial property markets during 2011 was higher than in 2010, new research has found. Preliminary figures from the Jones Lang LaSalle Global Capital Flows report revealed USD 400 billion...
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Figures published by IPD earlier this week revealed that, for the first time in over two years, a capital decline occurred in the UK's commercial property market during November. According to the firm's monthly index...
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The London riots this summer certainly grabbed plenty of headlines, but has the civil unrest had a lasting impact on the city's property market? According to the director of Housenetwork Graham Lock, there hasn't been any lasting damage....
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There has been a shift in prime yields among real estate assets in the UK leisure market, according to the latest commercial leisure bulletin from Savills...
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A new report by Savills into the state of the UK's leisure sector has noted that there has been a sharp upturn in investor demand for assets in the industry...
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Land Securities has noted in its first quarter interim management statement that activity surrounding retail developments is beginning to pick up...
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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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Now, in Europe we have commercial properties being sold at severely depressed prices, especially malls, and especially in those countries mired by the sovereign debt crisis.
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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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Germany and Central and Eastern Europe are the most attractive markets for investors to purchase real estate in this year. This is according to CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), which noted that there has been a shift in buyer preferences in the past year....
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Rental growth in Europe is being led by real estate located in London, Paris and Moscow, King Sturge's quarterly report, European Property Indicators, has revealed. According to the consultant, all three cities have reported a growing shortage in available grade A office space over the past year and all three have experienced either stable or rising office rents....
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Around the world numerous indices have informed us about the strength of the commercial property market and the strong recovery it has made since the global economic downturn.And in New Zealand, the latest figures are no exception, with the Investment Property Databank (IPD) informing prospective buyers that overall the sector recorded an 8....
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Commercial property prices in the UK have increased by 15.6 per cent over the past 13 months, a new report has found. The news highlights the strength of the market within the country, with the retail sector leading the way....
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