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Ireland - Capital Markets (Q3 2020)

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Investment activity in Q3 was limited due to Covid-19, however showed a 63% increase on Q2. There are positive signs for a strong Q4 given the uptick in activity and new launches since September. Investment spend for the quarter amounted to €700m, which is in line with the 5-year Q3 average and brings total spend for the year to date to approx. €1.8bn. Year-end forecasts would be premature, but there is currently in the region €1.4bn of investment property available for sale / on market at present, with approx. €430m of this either sale agreed or under offer. Furthermore, a number of significant off market trans-actions, at advanced stages, strengthen expectations for a busy end to the year.

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Ireland - Capital Markets (Q3 2020)

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