Berlin, 10 January 2018 – According to Colliers International, the German hotel investment market cooled down a bit in 2017 in the wake of several record-breaking years but still posted a strong annual result. With a transaction volume of roughly €4.2bn, 2017 fell short of record year 2016 by 19%, nevertheless giving us the third-best result we have seen in the past ten years.
Munich, 9 January 2018 – According to Colliers International, the sale of German retail assets generated a transaction volume of €12.0bn in 2017. Although this result fell shy of exceptional year 2015’s €16.0bn benchmark, it did come in high in the double-digit billion euro range, putting it among the top results recorded over the past ten years.
Frankfurt, 5 January 2018 – Industrial and logistics assets recorded a transaction volume of €8.7bn in 2017, setting a new record on the German market and solidifying this asset class’s position in 3rd place behind office and retail with a market share of 15%.
Munich, 4 January 2018 – According to Colliers International Deutschland, take-up throughout all of Germany’s seven office hubs exceeded 4 million sqm for the first time. This marks an increase of 6% over the previous year’s record result of 3.9 million sqm with the 10-year average being exceeded by 31%.
Frankfurt/Main, 4 January 2018 – According to Colliers International Deutschland, the German commercial investment market closed out 2017 with a transaction volume of €57.3bn, a 10-year record high. 2017 is the third consecutive year to post a total-year result of over €50bn also beating out 2015’s recent high of €55.4bn.
Berlin, 12 July 2017 – According to Colliers International, the German hotel investment market took a short breather in the wake of last year’s record results, stabilizing at a high level. With a transaction volume of around €1.7bn, the hotel investment market recorded a year-on-year decrease of 19%, nevertheless still exceeding 2015 results.
Berlin, 12 April 2017 – Activity on the German hotel investment market remained strong going into 2017. According to Colliers International, Q1 2017 saw a new record high in the wake of 2016’s excellent end-of-year results, topping the results posted in Q1 2016 by 45% with a transaction volume of over €1.0bn.
Düsseldorf/Munich, 5 April 2017 – The upward trend in Germany’s Big 7 of Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and Stuttgart again picked up speed in Q1 2017. According to Colliers International Germany, take-up totaled at around 960,000 million sqm in Q1, up roughly 20% from Q1 2016 and 40% above the ten-year average.
Düsseldorf, 5 April 2017 – According to Colliers International, €12.2bn were invested in German commercial real estate in Q1 2017. This is the second time that transaction volume has exceeded €10bn since the 2007 record year, in line with the excellent performance seen in the first quarters of 2014 and 2015.
Düsseldorf/Munich, 10 April 2017 – According to Colliers International, retail properties changed hands for a total of €3.3bn in Germany in Q1 2017, more than doubling yoy from €1.5bn. This is the steepest rise in transaction volume we have seen in the established asset classes of office, retail, logistics and hotel.
Frankfurt, Toronto - 1 March, 2017 – Colliers International Group Inc. (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) announced today that Matthias Leube has been appointed CEO of Colliers International Deutschland GmbH. Leube succeeds Achim Degen who has led the Colliers operations in Germany and will now return to his role as the Market Leader of our important Munich office.
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