The hunt for secure long-term income is driving European real estate investment as the industry hedges against potential interest rate rises and an uncertain geopolitical backdrop, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2019. The annual report, published jointly by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PwC, is based on the opinions of over 800 real estate professionals in Europe, including investors, developers, lenders, and advisors. “Investors are becoming more cautious, and investment and development preferences are more and more driven by real estate fundamentals such as the economic growth prospects and health of the local occupier markets. On the Romanian real-estate market we have seen a constant increase in asset prices in recent years, although we are still 30 to 40 percent below price levels registered in 2008. Although the fundamental analysis shows that there is still space to see an asset increase in Romania, at least in large cities, investors tend to be cautious in terms of kick-starting new major projects and look also at the wider European context when making investments decisions,” said Francesca Postolache, Assurance Partner, real-estate industry group Leader, PwC Romania. This caution is also reflected in the expectations related to the availability of equity… Read full this story
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