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Despite the threats posed by Brexit, London remains one of the most competitive global cities to do business in, according to Savills’ latest European Cities report.
Several legacy CMBS transactions will not repay in full by their note legal final maturity in 2017, ratings agency Moody’s has claimed.
New York’s Upper 5th Avenue has retained its spot as the world’s most expensive retail street, with London remaining in fourth place, despite decreased rental values in both locations, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest analysis.
Hong Kong remains the most expensive place in which to live, but it is Istanbul and Vancouver that have posted the sharpest house price growth of the past year, according to CBRE’s latest Global Living Review.
The number of office workers in Europe is set to finally surpass the pre-crisis peak this year, as countries in the east of the continent enjoy a boom in employment from outsourced services.
A survey of high net worth individuals from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), has found London to be the top global destination for real estate investment, with more than 10% saying they would choose the city over 195 other potential locations.
Last year’s exceptional growth in investment in European property is expected to continue well into this year.
Germany’s open-door policy has piled pressure on a housing market that is already at breaking point.
CBRE Global Investors has sold a €650m portfolio in central and eastern Europe to CPI Property Group.