PropertyWeek.com / March 16th, 2017
PropertyWeek.com reports: The last year has been a bruising one for the European property investment, with activity down in the UK, Germany and France as post-Brexit-vote uncertainty led to Germany replacing the UK as the location of choice.
The latest data from Real Capital Analytics shows contrasts with the overall trend in European investment, as logistics warehousing was the only major sector that did not register falling investment last year with large-scale facilities (of more than 538,000 sq ft) registering a record €6bn (£5.1bn) of deals.
“One of the main drivers of the outperformance of the industrial market is the logistics sector,” said Real Capital Analytics’ director of market analysis Tom Leahy. “Pan-European investment volumes increased from €12.0bn in 2015 to €12.9bn, a record for this segment.”
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