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STEADY INCREASE IN EUROPEAN PROPERTY INVESTMENT GROWTH

Q3 2014 saw 50.8 billion transacted in the European commercial real estate (CRE) investment market. A 35% increase on the previous year's performance.

Whilst the UK and Germany continued to drive CRE investments, particularly impressive results were observed in both Spain and Ireland. There has also been strong growth in investment in the other "recovery play" markets of Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal and the non-core CEE. Nearly all are attracting substantial amounts of international capital that is looking to take advantage of the upside in capital values.

At a sector level the most prominent trend continues to be the increased investment in industrial. This is the continuation of a long term trend which is also seeing alternative sectors - hotels, student housing, nursing homes, etc., also taking an increasing share of the market.

Since the global recession, France's performance has decelerated with no significant growth expected and substantial structural reforms seem to be required. The UK's growth portfolio now puts it on a par with Germany. Italy has seen sharp declines in sentiment and its output is still well below the past peak. Ireland has seen a surge in its growth position in both 2014 and 2015, putting it at the top of the GDP growth table. The CEE countries of Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary all expect significant GDP growth for 2014 and 2015, except for Hungary, whose outlook is tempered by the Ukraine / Russian tension. Spain and the Netherlands have been more resilient over the last few months and their growth in 2015 should be stronger than in 2014.

With the exception of Russia, all the markets listed above experienced further relaxation of lending terms. However, lending for development remains very restricted, with the exception of the UK where there appears to be greater availability. Particularly notable has been the shift in lender attitudes in Spain and Ireland.

Source: CBRE European Capital Markets, Marketview, November 2014

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Germany is ahead of the UK as the most attractive place to invest & the Nordics enters the top three

The most attractive country for real estate investments in EMEA. Germany (22%) retains the top spot, beating the UK (20%) for the second consecutive year.

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Global Consumers feel the pinch

Household spending around the world has benefitted from three powerful tailwinds in 2014-2016 namely cheap money and low debt servicing burdens, cheaper energy and second round effects via transport costs and recovering labour markets shifting millions of unemployed into work.

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Retail tenants emerge from cyberspace

Many online retailers have recognised the need to create a physical shopping experience for their customers and further market their brands as they grow.

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HIGH STREET RESTAURANTS AND COFFEE SHOPS ARE DIVERSIFYING RETAIL PARK F&B OFFER

There are an increasing number of names more associated with the high street now opening in the UK out of town retail warehousing developments according to Colliers’ recent report ‘Heading out of town’

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RETAIL SECTOR GROWTH HAS BECOME MORE DIVERSE

Economic trends have been more favourable for the retail sector due to a return of modest but real income growth as well as an improving labour market according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest report ‘EMEA Retail Investment Trends’.

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A strong Q4 takes the 2015 total retail investment in Europe to a record €69 billion.

European retail investment market continued to strengthen in 2015 and proved another record year

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