February 27, 2024

European Real Estate Investment to reach 2,30,000 million Euros during 2019

  • European countries like Poland, Denmark, Finland, and Portugal would increase in their overall investment volumes.
  • Mostly as observed, the Investors from the United States, South Korea, and as well Singapore have been most proficient in Europe.
  • For achieving comparative performances that are most attractive for the investors in all the segments, growth of the rents and lowest interests are the two keen utmost drivers that mark the current real estate market.

According to the recent European Investment Spotlight report prepared by Savills Aguirre Newman, stated that, “The Real Estate Investment in Europe will be reaching a staggering 2,30,000 million Euros during 2019, depicting the sixth consecutive year of strong growth in the European Real Estate valued over 200,000 million Euros.”

The consultant has also pointed in report that there is an unprecedented event that is also historical series of European Real Investment Market accentuating it as the safest heaven for the investment.

They global consultancy also indicated that although big players like Germany, The United Kingdom and France will regain most of the focus as they would attract most investments, countries like Poland at 46%, Denmark at 38%; Finland at 32% and Portugal at 27%, will surge in 2019 the average of their Net investment volumes in the last five years.

It also states that during 2018, main Investment partners and groups by their origin were from United States, Singapore and South Korea, and, which is going to continue dominating the investment market during 2019.

The United States has always dominated the show as being main investor for European Real Estate Investment Market representing 48% of non-European investment volume registered during year 2018, with 27,400 million Euros. France being the primary destination, closely followed by the United Kingdom and Germany.

Singapore is another tertiary that’s investments in Europe has doubled representing a 10 percent of the net volume of foreign investments and thus becoming second largest group of Non-European Investors, as it surged ahead from 2.9 billion Euros during 2017 to over 5.6 billion Euros in 2018.

As on the other hand, South Koreans had invested a staggering 5,400 million Euros in 2018, comparatively to 4,890 million Euros during 2017, emerging as the third investor group, and as they continue to bet upon the business offices in downtown locations, they need also to expanded their coverage to core emerging markets, especially Belgium, Poland, Italy, Ireland, Kingdom of Denmark and Spain “, stated Lydia Brissy, director of European analysis at Savills Aguirre Newman.

For all his part, Mike Barnes, associate within the analysis department of Europe, notes that additionally to the logistics and order management sector, “investment within the residential phase in major cities with solid demographic fundamentals can stay in the sights of investors throughout the year”. “In Netherlands, as an example, it’s expected that the full investment volumes in residential correspond to the volumes of investment in offices,” stated Barnes.

Savills points get in the report that the distinction between the profit of the offices of the core areas of the most European cities and also the ten-year government bonds is broad, and as per historical standards (212 bp in 2018, compared to 185 bp in 2008/2009) and whereas this gap is maintained, patrons can still invest within the property sector to receive higher returns in an atmosphere driven by the generated revenues.

“We expect the bulk of yields within the European tertiary sector to stay stable over consequent six months.” The investment pressure continues: we have a tendency to seeing investors from Republic of Korea and Singapore, especially, increasing their investment volume and that we believe that they’re going to be necessary players in 2019, even in secondary locations. In Spain, though the investment in offices continues with a high demand, the commercial and supplying market follows closely with it. Revenue growth and low interest are the two core driving forces of the market property, permitting to realize a lot of engaging comparable returns for investors all segments, “says Borja Sierra, Savills international Executive Vice President.



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