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Total investment in Swedish property reaches a record SEK 160 billion in 2014, according to Savills

Total investment in Swedish property reaches a record SEK 160 billion in 2014, according to Savills

27 January 2015

International real estate advisor Savills latest Swedish market report finds that investment volumes reached SEK 160 billion, the highest figure since the 2008 financial downturn. The final quarter of 2014 boosted total volumes with SEK 69 billion transacted. Savills states that increasing liquidity has resulted in transactions increasing by 26% since 2013. In addition, the average deal size increased from SEK 235 million in 2013 to just under SEK 300 million in 2014.

 
 
Supply down in German office market for fifth consecutive year prompting rental growth according to Savills

Supply down in German office market for fifth consecutive year prompting rental growth according to Savills

27 January 2015

According Savills, prime rents rose by 1.1% to €27.67 per sq m on average in the six markets* monitored and average rents rose by 4.5% to €14.60 per sq m, boosted by increase demand in peripheral CBD locations.

 
 
WebInterpret takes new offices at Gdanski Business Centre I in Warsaw

WebInterpret takes new offices at Gdanski Business Centre I in Warsaw

26 January 2015

WebInterpret Poland, represented by international real estate advisor Savills, has taken a new 2,000 sq m office at the GdaƄski Business Center I in Warsaw, Poland.

 
 
Savills identifies 2015 opportunities as European prices hit rock bottom

Savills identifies 2015 opportunities as European prices hit rock bottom

15 January 2015

Following a stellar year for European investment, during which the weight of capital going into property was circa 30% above the long-term average, Savills has identified themes for 2015 and suggested hotels, student housing and residential sectors will be ‘on the radar’ alongside the traditional core sectors of offices, retail and industrial. The firm is confident that investors will continue to favour real estate in the face of bond markets at a record low and turbulent equity markets as financing conditions become more favourable.

 
 
 

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