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Slovenia Property Market Overview H1 2020

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The strongest investor demand is expected to continue for core properties: income generating properties with high occupancy, prominent tenants and long-term leases.

The COVID-19 pandemic and related containment measures have strongly affected Slovenia's  economy, leading to a year-on-year contraction in GDP and all main macroeconomic indicators. The investment transaction volume of commercial real estate in H1 2020 decreased amid pandemic uncertainties and travel restrictions, which disabled investors to perform property inspections. Total CRE investment volume in H1 2020 was 60% less than in the same period 2019. The office sector was looking positive at the start of 2020, and the market should be able to ride out a short, sharp shock or even a longer economic downturn. New developments are announced in all CRE sectors. As the currently least developed sector, the industrial/ logistics sector is expected to see an increase in developments in the coming years. With proven resilience and rising demand, it could become the big winner of the COVID-19 crises.

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Sanja joined Colliers Slovenia in 2022, in the Commercial Real Estate Advisory and Agency Service department. Her main tasks in Colliers include close cooperation with international clients from various industries.

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