European Commercial Property

Euro-zone Commercial Property Chart Book

15 August, 2018

Little movement in office & retail yields

The second quarter of the year saw further signs that the euro-zone property market upswing is close to an end. With a 5% annual fall in investment, activity is now starting to track sideways on a four-quarter rolling basis. Very few office and retail markets recorded any downward shift in prime yields, meaning that the weighed all-property yield fell by just 2bps. And with rental growth easing, capital value growth slowed to less than 2% for the first time since 2014.

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