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How long will this property bull market last?

One great certainty in property markets is that their peaks will eventually be followed by troughs, and their troughs will eventually be followed by peaks. That is to say, that property markets are cyclical. Our latest research, launched at MIPIM 2015, asks the burning question: How long will this property bull market last?

EMEA Capital Flows Report, March 2015

European real estate investment totalled €213bn for 2014, an increase of around 13% on 2013’s figures.  Quarter four’s total investment turnover reached €68bn, of which 52% was cross-border.

Offices retain top billing as most traded asset class at €94bn (44%), followed by retail with €48bn (22%), but the largest increases in transaction volumes came from the hotel and industrial markets, at €15bn (+30%) and €24bn (+27%) respectively. 

EMEA Office Snapshot, H2 2014

Dublin proved to be the standout success story in the European office market for the second half of 2014, with rental growth rising by 14.3 per cent in six months to  €480 per sq m per annum (an increase of over 21 per cent in the last year).

Getting Closer to the Customer

Manufacturers move to be closer to consumers as new technologies - 3D printing, Robots and Big-Data, and mass customisation shift global trends.


EMEA Industrial Snapshot, H1 2014

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EMEA Office Snapshot, H1 2014

2014 tells a positive tale in 85% markets according to Colliers' latest research. Europe’s leasing market reported positive growth across 17 major office markets in the first half of 2014, as the Eurozone continued its recovery drive with improved sentiment across the region. 

Where are the top 10 markets heading?

The enlargement of the European Union, continual infrastructure development and the growth of a consumer mass market in CEE are contributing to redefine distribution patterns in Europe and supporting the development of new freight traffic routes.

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