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Germany Hotel Investment 2021/2022

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German hotel assets generated almost €2.6bn in transaction volume in 2021, reflecting an increase of 26% yoy. Just over €1bn was invested in Q4 alone. This marks the strongest quarterly result since the outbreak of the pandemic, helping finish out the year with a conciliatory result on the hotel investment market. Generally speaking, the situation around hotel investments improved over the course of the year and a livelier final quarter confirmed this favorable trend. It is important to keep in mind, however, that performance on the hotel market remains significantly below pre-crisis levels and
continues to face a number of challenges.

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Philipp Allroggen

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Philipp graduated with a master's degree in economics in 2019. After gaining experiance in the consultancy sector (internships at PwC and HORBACH) and working as a graduate research assistant at the Chair of Quantitative Economic Policy and the ad personam Jean Monnet Chair of Macroeconomics at University of Duisburg-Essen, he joined Colliers International Germany in September 2020.

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