Amidst uncertainty and structural changes, European real estate remains attractive – ULI/PwC
With the spectre of the Covid-19 pandemic looming over Europe’s property markets, the 2021 edition of the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe report, an annual study conducted by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, is dominated by uncertainty and ongoing structural changes.
And although Paris had to relinquish its title as the most attractive city in Europe to Berlin, the French capital is still of keen interest to investors.
Based on personal interviews and surveys with 995 of the most influential leaders in the real estate industry, the report shows that real estate is still seen as an attractive asset class by investors, says Lisette van Doorn, CEO of ULI Europe: “The main takeaway from this edition is that investor sentiment [Read more...]
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