The Wall Street Journal / July 3rd, 2018
The Wall Street Journal reports: Nationalist policies in Poland and Hungary have raised concerns in Europe about the future of Central and Eastern Europe in the European Union, but you would never know that from the pace of foreign investment in commercial property.
Foreign investors purchased €12 billion ($14 billion) of commercial real estate in the region in 2017, according to data firm Real Capital Analytics Inc. This was the highest level of cross-border investment into the region in a decade.
View the full article in The Wall Street Journal: Foreign Investors Gobble Up Property in Central, Eastern Europe Despite Political Concerns