IPE Real Assets / November 21st, 2019
IPE Real Assets reports: The amount of global capital flowing into UK real estate has dropped markedly in 2019 as Brexit uncertainty, deadline extensions and fears of a no-deal departure have weighed heavily on the market.
As Real Capital Analytics (RCA) showed in its latest global report, based on the first nine months of the year, real estate sales volumes in London fell by 32% year on year. This means Paris became the most highly traded European city for the first time since it RCA began tracking the markets.
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