CEE property investment drops 35% to ¤7.4bn in 2012 - CBRE
07 January 2013, 10:39 PM
Despite solid year-end results in Poland and Russia, commercial real estate investment in central and eastern Europe slid 35% to ¤7.4bn in 2012, consultant CBRE reports. Russia and Poland are increasingly driving volumes, despite decreases of around 20% in both markets.
- CEE 1H real estate inflows rise 15%, Poland still strongest - CBRE
- CEE volumes soar 28% to ¤7.7bn; widening beyond Poland to continue - CBRE
- CEE investment drops 60% to ¤2.1bn - CBRE
- CEE investment hits ¤10bn in 2013, second best since 2008 - CBRE
- Polish 2012 RE investment matches 2011 at ¤2.75bn - JLL
- CEE property volumes soar 57% to ¤6.2bn – JLL
- Central Europe 4Q rebound lifts 2012 CRE investment to ¤3.7bn
- Russian 2012 property investment to reach $7.2bn - C&W
- Central Europe investment to slow to ¤5bn in 2012 - C&W
- CEE property investment nearly doubles to ¤4.4bn –CBRE
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