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News Shortage of staff and materials limits resumption of constructions in Kyiv
19
May
2022

Shortage of staff and materials limits resumption of constructions in Kyiv

by Property Forum
After the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, real estate developers in Kyiv stopped working on construction sites and focused on defence processes. They handed over their equipment and materials for the construction of protective structures, created volunteer organizations, etc. By now, after the de-occupation of the settlements around the capital and the relative stabilization of the situation in Kyiv, some developers began to resume work on construction sites. Iryna Nastych summarised the situation in an article prepared by the Ukrainian Real Estate Club for Property Forum.
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News M7 Real Estate bets on logistics and its existing markets in CEE
12
May
2022

M7 Real Estate bets on logistics and its existing markets in CEE

by Ákos Budai
David Ebbrell, CEO and Mirta Ceranac Poljak, Managing Director for Croatia at M7 Real Estate talked to Property Forum at MIPIM about investment strategy, economic challenges and opportunities for sustainable growth.
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News Bulgarian construction market enters period of unpredictability
12
May
2022

Bulgarian construction market enters period of unpredictability

by Property Forum
According to Yasen Georgiev from EPI, EECFA Bulgaria, like elsewhere in the EECFA countries that are not directly impacted by the war in Ukraine, the construction market in Bulgaria entered a period of an increasing unpredictability. What stands behind is an interplay between domestic and external factors.
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News Ukrainians are ready to rebuild their country – Real estate developers will play a critical role
10
May
2022

Ukrainians are ready to rebuild their country – Real estate developers will play a critical role

by Property Forum
The war launched by Russia on February 24th is still going on in Ukraine. Infrastructure facilities are being damaged every day. The cost of damages that experts share changes daily. According to the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the total expenses for reconstruction will range from $220 billion to $540 billion, writes Anna Nestulia, Principal at Invest in Projects for Property Forum.
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News Whatever we build now is cheaper than what we will build tomorrow
06
May
2022

Whatever we build now is cheaper than what we will build tomorrow

by Ákos Budai
The entire development cost of logistics projects is increasing substantially and it will continue to do so, says Robert Dobrzycki, CEO & Co-Owner of Panattoni. He talked to Property Forum at MIPIM about uncertainties and the dynamic growth of the logistics sector in CEE.
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News Hungarian market players expect tightening financing conditions
03
May
2022

Hungarian market players expect tightening financing conditions

by Property Forum
Geopolitical tensions hurt demand for commercial property, appetite for property development, financing conditions and property investment decisions over the short run, the Hungarian National Bank (MNB) reports.
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News How will the war impact Serbia’s construction market?
27
Apr
2022

How will the war impact Serbia’s construction market?

by Property Forum
Serbia’s construction market was booming when the economic and geopolitical situation changed, so the complicating circumstances in the world are stifling the potential growth and slowing down the ongoing recovery. Inflationary pressures have exploded with the start of the war in Ukraine and the effects of the current crisis are still unforeseeable, writes Dejan Krajinović from Beobuild Core d.o.o. for EECFA Serbia.
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News War in Ukraine to impact profit margins in Poland's construction sector
25
Apr
2022

War in Ukraine to impact profit margins in Poland's construction sector

by Property Forum
The latest report from research firm Spectis indicates that following a strong start to the year, the outlook for the construction sector over the coming months of 2022 is now less bright. The expected slowdown can be indirectly caused by the ongoing war in Ukraine, which only aggravates the problems the market has been facing previously, such as soaring prices of raw materials, building materials, and energy sources or the shortage of labour.
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News How can the war impact Croatia’s construction market?
22
Apr
2022

How can the war impact Croatia’s construction market?

by Property Forum
For Croatia, as for other EECFA countries, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been both a supply shock and a demand shock. And many of the elements of these shocks are the same for Croatia as for other EECFA countries. On the supply side, energy costs are rising as are the costs of construction materials and of construction finance. Supply chains and labour markets have also been disrupted. On the demand side, inflation has cut into consumers’ real disposable income, consumer confidence has been shaken as a result and finance for real estate purchases has become more expensive, says Michael Glazer, SEE Regional Advisor at EECFA Croatia.
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News War in Ukraine pushes costs on Romania's construction market
11
Apr
2022

War in Ukraine pushes costs on Romania's construction market

by Property Forum
Romania’s trade relations with Ukraine, Russia and Belarus are limited, but the country has been importing raw materials from these countries that are used in the local construction market, according to an analysis by the Eastern European Construction Forecasting Association (EECFA). 
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New leases

  • Elegance Decor, the home & deco company, has leased 400 sqm in Bucharest-based Equilibrium 1 for its new office. The building has a total leasable area of 20,700 sqm and was developed by Skanska.
  • Majorel Polska, an international outsourcing services provider has extendied a lease agreement for the next 2 years and leased additional 400 meters for a new project - IT Hub in recently modernised Globis Poznań by GTC. It now occupies 3 200 sqm of A-class workspace. CBRE has advised Majorel Polska on concluding the lease contract.
  • NEPI Rockcastle Poland has extended its office lease agreement and enlarged its premises in the Cosmopolitan Twarda 4 building in Warsaw city centre. The shopping centre owner and operator now occupies 1,500 sqm of offices in the building.

New appointments

  • Tamás Kiss has joined Hungarian asset management company Diófa Alapkezelő Zt. and has been appointed deputy CEO. Previously he worked for several brokerage firms as a director of asset management and director of investment or compliance unit.
  • Tomasz Pietrzak, with MLP Group for more than five years, has been promoted to the position of Leasing Director Poland. Until recently responsible for the commercialisation of warehouse space in the Warsaw region, now he will manage leases across Poland.
  • Savills has hired Dušan Drábek who joins its industrial agency team with immediate effect. Based in Savills Prague office, the new Associate Director will work alongside the Head of Industrial Agency, Chris LaRue.


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