Q1 2017 Global Capital Trends: A Weak Debut

Simon Mallinson / May 4th, 2017

Global investments in income-producing properties registered a year-over-year decline for the fifth consecutive quarter in Q1'17, the new edition of Global Capital Trends shows. While income assets dipped...

European Real Estate Not Under the Weather: Takeaways From MIPIM

Tom Leahy / March 20th, 2017

Unlike last year’s washout – when halfway through the week’s conference I had to change my sodden leather-soled shoes for something more suited to torrential rain – this year’s MIPIM…

Who Is Buying Seniors Housing in Europe?

Tom Leahy / March 14th, 2017

Europe’s senior housing & care sector had a banner year in 2016, bolstered by a wider pool of global money, and transactions already completed in 2017 signal that investor interest in the sector is...

Hotel Sector in Europe: A Boost from Local Buyers and Budget Activity

Simon Mallinson / March 3rd, 2017

After a tame first nine months of 2016 European hotel transaction activity rebounded in the fourth quarter to register the third strongest quarter on record. European institutional investors...

Global Capital Trends 2016 Review: A Year of Firsts

Simon Mallinson / February 9th, 2017

Global commercial real estate investments fell 4% YOY in 2016, following record-breaking levels of activity in 2015, the new edition of Global Capital Trends shows. Development site activity grew 22% YOY...

Europe Capital Trends 2016 in Review: Germany Takes CRE Crown

Tom Leahy / February 3rd, 2017

European real estate investment fell 21% in 2016 from the record levels of 2015, the new edition of Europe Capital Trends shows. Investment volumes in the U.K. dropped 43% and Germany took the crown as...

London: The Scene Six Months After Brexit Vote

Tom Leahy / December 20th, 2016

The six months since the U.K.’s E.U. referendum have amply demonstrated how politics can have an immediate impact on real estate markets. Central London investment volumes are down 55% versus...

Q3 2016 Global and Asia Pacific Capital Trends: Global Activity Dips, Some Countries Shine

Simon Mallinson / November 3rd, 2016

Global commercial real estate investment fell 15% year-over-year in Q3’16, the new edition of Global Capital Trends shows. For the first nine months of 2016, total global volume fell 11% versus...

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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