Poland is the 20th most transparent real estate market globally, according to the latest edition of the Global Real Estate Transparency Index (GRETI) prepared by JLL and LaSalle Investment Management. The country was recognized in the ranking as the most transparent market in CEE and came ahead of such European countries as Austria and Norway.
According to the GRETI ranking, the most transparent property markets in the world include the UK, Australia, the US, France, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland, Sweden and Finland.
“Transparency is becoming increasingly important for commercial real estate, where investors are allocating ever more capital. The availability and quality of information – from prices to ownership – are crucial when it comes to making investment decisions, especially in new markets,” said Jeremy Kelly, director, global research, at JLL.