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Expo Real

October 4-6, 2016, Messe München, Germany

Expo Real 2016, Munich

Investment slowdown and Brexit dominate Expo Real

The backdrop to this year’s Expo Real in Munich was very different from last year’s.

Expo Real, Messe München, Germany

Upbeat mood at Expo Real among beer and bratwurst

There was something of a party atmosphere in the air at Expo Real in Munich. No doubt the hot and sunny weather on the first day had something to do with it.

GVA is about to relocate to new City offices in Gresham Street

GVA chief outlines vision for firm after Bilfinger takeover

Alongside BPF president Bill Hughes, GVA chief executive Rob Bould was this week banging the drum in support of investing in the UK at Expo Real in Munich. Judging by the packed out venue for their breakfast briefing, he was preaching to the converted.

investment

EXPO 2014: London closes the gap on New York in real estate investment market

London is closing the gap on New York as the world’s largest real estate investment market with a 40.5% jump in activity, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

Marienplatz, Munich

Expo Real: Munich, German jewel

Whether it’s your first time at Expo or you’re a seasoned delegate, it’s always good to try new places in Munich. Samantha Morgan does some exploring

Expo Opinion

Anne Kavanagh

Navigating the cycles of real estate

Real estate over the last five years has offered many opportunities, investing with equity when the debt markets were closed and offering senior debt to fill the void in the market.

Mike Phillips news and banking Editor of Property Week

Spain, sliders and sheds — three of my take-homes from Munich

This year’s Expo Real in Munich, property’s biggest conference, was an odd one.

Giles Barrie

"The eurozone escaped the meltdown many feared last month"

Today we revert to our Property Week International format, which brings you a 50:50 mix of global real estate with your usual diet of news and analysis from across the UK.

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