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12
May
2016

2016 might be a record year for the Croatian investment market

by Ákos Budai
According to Colliers International's latest market research the Croatian real estate market experienced several significant investments in the retail, office and hotel and hospitality sectors in 2015. While the retail and office segments are experiencing upward pressure on rental prices, the industrial market, despite being the least developed sector, saw increased activity.
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03
Mar
2016

CBRE expects solid growth in 2016

by Ákos Budai
According to CBRE’s ‘CEE Market Outlook’ 2016 is set to be a solid year on the back of an exceptional 2015 which saw records broken in almost every real estate sector. Growth will be a key theme in the region in 2016 as economic recovery happens at a quicker pace than in Western European countries.
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15
Feb
2016

Commercial real estate sentiment continues to pick up in the region

by Ákos Budai
According to the RICS Commercial Property Monitor for Q4 2015 most countries in Central and Eastern Europe can expect relatively strong economic growth and remarkable improvements in their commercial property markets. Both, the Occupier Sentiment Index (OSI) and the Investment Sentiment Index (ISI) registered a positive value across all sectors in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.
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02
Dec
2015

Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest: these are the cities to look out for

by Ákos Budai
Which one is the most attractive capital in the region in terms of property investment and development? When will Budapest enter the phase of yield compression and how quickly are yields expected to drop? Which products spark the imagination of investors? These are some of the questions answered by the participants of the 11th Portfolio Property Investment Forum conference.
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26
Nov
2015

RICS gives out first Chris Bennett Memorial Prize in Budapest

by Ákos Budai
Barbora Dermekova MRICS, Valuer at JLL became the first recipient of the Chris Bennett Memorial Prize. The award was handed out at the Portfolio Property Investment Forum conference in Budapest, where the activity of several big players of the Hungarian property market was also acknowledged.
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13
Nov
2015

Surprise: CEE seems attractive from London

by Ákos Budai
More than 100 people attended Portfolio’s first property investment conference in London, co-organised by RICS. Speakers at the CEE Property Investment Briefing included Europe’s biggest investors. The exclusive half-day conference in London focused on CEE markets such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Poland.
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10
Nov
2015

Property yields continue to fall across Europe

by Ákos Budai
European commercial real estate markets saw further yield contraction in Q3 2015 across all property sectors, reflecting growing investor demand and very low bond yields, according to the EMEA Prime Rents and Yields survey from global property advisor CBRE. Across the total of 162 sector/city combinations throughout the EMEA region, 71 saw prime yields moving lower and none saw any increase over the quarter.
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03
Nov
2015

Occupier and investment sentiments further improve in CEE countries

by Ákos Budai
The RICS Commercial Property Monitor for Q3 2015 showed that expectations for commercial property markets in Central and Eastern European countries have improved remarkably. Both, the Occupier Sentiment Index and the Investment Sentiment Index stands in positive territory across all sectors and projections for the future also paint a positive picture.
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01
Oct
2015

Region battles - Is the reign of Warsaw over?

by Ákos Budai
With the economic performance of countries in the region being better than expected, due to the general positive mood an increasing number of investors have been prompted to launch new projects, so much so that on a regional level, the expected expansion of the office market supply will exceed demand. The extent of new supply is expected to slow down the growth of rental fees, in fact, it may lead to their decrease in certain markets over the next three years. The Central European markets with the best performances will probably be Prague and Budapest.
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30
Sep
2015

Time to watch out for Bulgaria and Romania

by Ákos Budai
Which regional country presents the best opportunities for developers currently? Which market can be the best choice for investors? Which countries have a more challenging road ahead of them? These are the questions that regional real estate professionals tried to answer for us ahead of our CEE Property Forum 2015 conference in Vienna.
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