Saturday, 31 August 2019

Real Estate

Office space in Europe is on an upward trend

Prague Post |
23 June 2014

In the Czech Republic interest is in grade a buildings in particular

Office space in Europe is on an upward trend

Prague Post |
20 June 2014

Corporate real estate occupiers are expected to return to the market with new office space requirements across Europe as 2014 progresses. Particularly they are expected to demand prime office space in city centers. These are the findings from the latest research by the global real estate advisor CBRE.

H-Park in Brno receives occupancy permit

Prague Post |
18 June 2014

The second phase of the project known as H-Park has received the official occupancy permit. The project represents the only newly built retail park space in Brno for the first half of this year.

Law firms taking best new office spaces

Prague Post |
16 June 2014

Reputable legal firms are still willing to pay the highest rents on the market. The firms are going to lease the best office buildings being developed in centers of European cities.

ČSOB selling four buildings

Prague Post |
16 June 2014

Československá obchodní banka (ČSOB) has been optimizing the portfolio of its properties and has been planning a sale of four major commercial premises in Prague.

Slovaks spend more than Czechs on average

Prague Post |
16 June 2014

Their purchasing power is the highest in Central Europe though more new shopping centers are being built in the Czech Republic.

Purchasing your own home in the Czech Republic

Prague Daily Monitor |
12 Jun 2014

Analysts: Czech real estate market to stay on positive trend

Prague Post |
12 June 2014

Colliers International releases Q1 report for office and industrial property

CBRE: Vacancy rate of office space will rise

Prague Post |
21 May 2014

Real estate service firm CBRE has published a study describing the development of the Office, Industrial and Retail markets over the past 15 years; the period over which the company has been active on the Czech market.

Prague leads in mortgage ratio

Prague Post/ČTK |
19 May 2014

Monthly mortgage payments make up 30.4% of Czech household income, and they are the biggest burden for households in Prague who send nearly three-fifths of their income to a bank monthly, the Czech Statistical Office reported. Households in the Ústecký region spend one-eighth of their income to repay their mortgage loans. "The mortgage-to-income ratio in Prague is much closer to what we see in western European countries," said Cyrrus analyst Hatlapatka.

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