Parking in Europe – investors focus on multi-storey car parks
The Northern European property market is increasingly featuring in the pan-European real estate portfolios of institutional investors. Compared with other European countries, the economic transparency and prosperity of the markets in the Nordic countries makes them a popular option. Also, the availability of capital opens up new investment opportunities. Catella foresees these opportunities, especially for investments in the office and retail markets.
Consolidation is coming to Europe’s retail sector
In order to evaluate the long-term advantages of the 18 analysed European investment locations, Catella Research draws on a large number of criteria, including economies, demographics, regulation, residential property markets and finance. No matter what country or city we look at, it is clear that investments in residential property are subject to increased levels of demand, leading to continuously rising prices.
An annual survey on the commercial real estate market in France, summarising the major trends of 2015.
Positive outlook for Spain’s real estate markets in 2016.
Real estate transaction volume still at record level in Finland.
Demand for residential property continues to rise in Germany.
Demand for office properties drives purchase prices in Germany
Micro homes examined – a solution to urban restructuring?
"Fintechs and other start-ups: their significance to commercial real estate markets."
An annual survey on the commercial real estate market in France, summarizing the major trends of 2014.
An annual survey on the commercial real estate market in France, summarizing the major trends of 2013.