Articles - Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2012


The economic crisis has left the European real estate industry in limbo, with preferred markets chosen more on their potential as safe havens than high-growth hubs, and with highly specialised non-core investments gaining attention as alternatives to traditional property types. Prospects for any turnaround this year hinge on how recent regulatory measures will affect banks' willingness to make commercial loans, and whether another financial industry collapse caused by sovereign debt issues ultimately triggers a widespread release of assets by banks to investors.

 

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