Sunday, 1 September 2019

Real Estate

CEE sees lowest investment volumes since 2009: CBRE

Property EU |
18 April 2012

Commercial property investment volumes in central and eastern Europe (CEE) amounted to EUR 900 million during the first quarter of 2012 - the lowest volume seen since Q3 2009 - according to the latest data from CBRE.

Hannover Leasing sold City Center České Budějovice

Property Magazine |
18 April 2012

A German closed-end fund of Hannover Leasing has sold the property City Center České Budějovice, which acquired the City Center in 2008.

Central European Investment volumes expected to bounce back in Q2 2012

Property Magazine |
17 April 2012

According to Cushman & Wakefield (C&W), investment activity in the core central European markets of Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania amounted to just EUR 847 million in Q1 2012.

Where to invest in Czech property

Prague Connect |
12 April 2012

Location has been listed as the key factor to a successful real estate purchase, in fact, the three key factors.

Legal Q&A property purchase

Prague Connect |
5 April 2012

Legal Q&A property purchase

What are the calculations used to evaluate property investment opportunities?

Prague Connect |
5 April 2012

To choose an investment property with your heart but not your head is not investing, it's financial suicide.

What are our top three Czech property investment recommendations?

Prague Connect |
29 March 2012

A commonly asked question is what sort of investment property we would recommend in Czech Republic. There are some which have proven over the years to be the highest and most consistent returns, including through the recession.

Karlín building gains global fame

Prague Post |
23 March 2012

Main Point is the first Czech project to win an MIPIM award.

Who legally qualifies to purchase Czech property?

Prague Connect |
23 March 2012

During the past ten years there has probably been more confusion on this subject than any other.

Real estate investment thriving despite increased cost of financing

Property Magazine |
21 March 2012

According to DTZ, the Czech market last year showed considerable resilience reaching the second highest level of investment activity since 2007 – approximately EUR 2.199 billion.

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