With transactions closed in the fourth quarter, amounting to € 4.5 billion, the volume invested in 2021 reached the podium of the last 15 years.
- The volume of transactions in Milan is in line with what has been observed since 2016, up by 18% compared to 2020.
- Rome suffers from a lack of core products that interest investors, which have not been created in recent years.
- Central banks continue to maintain very high liquidity in the markets, allowing prime yields to remain at the low levels reached before the pandemic crisis.
- Since 2014, logistics prime yields have fallen from 7.80% to 4%.