A growing number of hotel bookings, an increasing occupancy rate and a high average daily rate, is leading to a positive investment climate for hotel real estate in the Netherlands. With 1 billion euros of hotels sold in the first ten months of the year, the interest in the hotel industry seems greater than ever before.
Due to pressure on the Amsterdam market and other major cities, medium-sized cities become increasingly interesting for residential property investors. There is more supply at these locations and investors can realize higher returns at slightly more risk.
The impact of the growing economy is clearly visible in the logistics market. Prime yields at both primary and secondary locations in The Netherlands show a declining trend. In the regions of Tilburg-Waalwijk, Venlo-Venray and Schiphol, prime yields fell to a sharp level of 5.3%.
The impact of the growing economy is also visible in the Office market. The prime yields at primary office locations in The Netherlands show a declining trend, and vacancy rates is decreasing in most areas.
Rotterdam and Antwerp have the two busiest ports in Europe. Two big European infrastructural projects could possibly change the ports landscape. The question is whether the two front runners can keep their position or other European ports will gain market share.
Consumer retail spending increases and with that the confidence among retailers. At prime retail location vacancy rates are decreasing. However, the impact of the growing economy on rents, yields and vacancy rates is not visible in all retail cities.
In 2016, over 4.6 million overnight stays were booked in London via Airbnb. An increase of 130% compared to 2015. In the first four months of 2017 this number increased by 55% compared to the same period last year.
The latest report on the Amsterdam office market in with numbers regarding supply, take-up and yields.
In 2016 almost 1.7 million overnight stays were booked in Amsterdam. This is an increase of 125% compared to 2015. Airbnb doubled its market share to 10.7%. For the first time Airbnb activities in The Hague and Rotterdam were analyzed. The market share was 7.3% and 6.5% respectively.
Parties are expanding to locations outside the original core of Dutch logistics hotspots.
06-03-2017 - Overnight night stays in Airbnb properties in Berlin increased 68% in 2016 compared to a 1% rise for traditional hotels, according to a joint report by Colliers International and Hotelschool The Hague.
As a result of the exponential growth of online retailing and tourism, it is becoming increasingly important for retailers to gain insight into the differences in consumer behaviour amongst countries
The office market in The Netherlands underwent a noticeable upswing in 2015 compared to 2014; there was a significant increase in take-up volume and an even more positive trend is visible in 2016.
A new report from Colliers International identifies the best countries to invest in commercial real estate in 2017, placing country fundamentals and forecasts against risk-adjusted pricing.
Revinate, Colliers International and Fairmas launched today the first edition of a comprehensive report on guest satisfaction metrics and overall performance of the German hotel market. The research was based on a combined analysis of guest reviews, ADRs and occupancy rates for 4,800 properties across Germany between 2013 and 2016.
Due to the lack of high quality industrial & logistics real estate as investment opportunities and the high demand for such objects, the gross initial yields in industrial & logistics hotspots have decreased even more.
2016 could be the first year that European office employment levels surpass the previous peak of 2008, according to Colliers International’s latest research ‘EMEA Offices: Is Flexibility the Future?’.
Nearly two thirds of all customer feedback on hotels across Europe was positive in 2015, according to a joint report by Revinate and Colliers International.
Airbnb trade proves to be focused in the city centre of Amsterdam, with almost 70% of overnight stays being booked in the top 5 neighbourhoods, according to a joint report by Colliers International and Hotelschool The Hague.
In the retail edition of “Transition of the Dutch retail structure: from value to vitality” Colliers Research & Consultancy analyses recent market developments and gives her views on the significance of these developments in the future of shopping. The effects of the transition are far-reaching.
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