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Real estate across Europe remains a stable, safe-haven asset class despite political, economic, demographic, technological and disruptive factors driving change and uncertainty, according to a new report released at MIPIM from Colliers International.
Colliers’ Cities of Influence report features a ‘TLC’ index in which 20 major individual economic cities are ranked in terms of Talent, Location and Cost.
Vienna is and remains a stable real estate market and mainly sideway movements are expected in 2016. So it says in the recently published market report for Austria by Colliers International.
The seven largest real estate agencies in Vienna (including Colliers International) have teamed up to raise the new total stock of modern office space in the capital of Austria.
In a report released today, global real estate advisor Colliers International explains why, despite ongoing political, economic and financial headwinds, the commercial property bull market rumbles on in search of a second peak.
Global Investor Outlook reveals moderating risk appetite but buóyant demand:
• More than half of investors plan to increase real estate allocations within multi-asset portfolios • Investors to use more debt, but take less risk • Europe number one target for US private equity; London, Paris remain strong
Future of retail to include skyscraper warehouses, super ports and showrooming. 6 predictions for the future of retail and logistics - Massive demand for warehouse spaces as retails moves online - Mammoth distribution centres and sky-scraper sheds could be the future to storing goods
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