The total value of investment transactions closed in the commercial property markets in Europe could this year reach €230 billion, according to the latest report by Savills. Germany, the UK and France will continue to account for the bulk of the volume with several other countries – including Poland, which saw a 46-percent y/y increase in investment volume in 2018 – expected to also put up a very strong performance this year, the study said. According to Savills data, US, Singapore and South Korean investors last year accounted for the most non-European capital invested in the European commercial property markets. The company predicts that the situation will not change much in 2019.
(Warsaw Business Journal)