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Tracking the Lag Between Spain’s Lockdowns and Deal Lows

Tom Leahy / October 6th, 2020

The property deal count peaked in mid-March and started a downwards path until...

Global Hotel Sales Slump, Uncertainty Clouds Outlook

Tom Leahy / June 29th, 2020

Just 113 hotels have sold worldwide since the start of April. Last year...

Paris Ties Manhattan as World’s Most Liquid Market

Tom Leahy / May 26th, 2020

In North America, the scale of the liquidity pullback is relatively small for now, but...

In Europe, These Are 10 Deals That Did Close in March

Tom Leahy / March 31st, 2020

Despite the ongoing lockdown in the U.K. and in most other large European economies, commercial property deals...

Apartments Now One-Quarter of Global CRE Investments

Jim Costello / November 5th, 2019

The apartment sector now constitutes one-quarter of all investment in income-producing commercial properties globally. Outside...

Where Are Europe’s Bright Spots?

Tom Leahy / June 28th, 2018

It has been a slow start to the year for Europe’s real estate market in comparison with 2017. Total volumes to the end of May were down 20% YOY...

European Deal Activity Wanes in First Quarter

Tom Leahy / May 3rd, 2018

After a record fourth quarter, Europe’s commercial real estate investment market paused in the first three months of 2018, the latest edition...

European Volume Grows in 2017, Boosted by Big Deals, RCA Report Shows

Tom Leahy / February 1st, 2018

Europe’s commercial property investment market returned to growth in 2017, registering the third strongest year on record. European investment volume rose by...

Q1 2017 Europe Capital Trends: Strengths Amid Slowdown

Tom Leahy / April 28th, 2017

European commercial real estate investment dropped 16% in Q1’17 versus the same period a year ago, the new edition of Europe Capital Trends shows. This fifth negative quarterly outturn in succession...

Q3 2016 Europe Capital Trends: A Slowing Core

Tom Leahy / October 27th, 2016

Hurt by Brexit concerns, quarterly volume in the U.K. fell behind German volume for the first time since 2012. While the year-over-year decline looks severe, it should be noted that Q3’15 was the strongest...

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