2016 was undoubtedly a challenging year for EMEA investors, with the UK Brexit vote creating uncertainty in the market. However, continental Europe still saw record levels of office investment with some of the smaller European markets gaining significant momentum and global investor demand generally remaining robust.
Despite the challenge of Brexit, the return of global investors to London in Q1 2017 might be a sign that the UK could regain its title as EMEA’s largest investment market. What is certain is that in such a highly competitive and low interest, low growth market, investors need to look at the investment landscape differently and will require greater creativity to access it and gain real value.
To help our clients achieve their ambitions, in this report, we look at some of the key trends we have been seeing and expect to see in 2017. We also review and assess the opportunities that exist across different EMEA geographies as well as taking a look at what we regard as top potential growth hotspot cities.
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