As Brexit talks continue, the EMEA commercial real estate market is expected to extend its current robust market fundamentals into next year.
Driven by the rise in e-commerce, rapidly advancing technology and shifting consumer patterns, the EMEA retail market is undergoing serious structural change.
Slowly but surely, global central banks are paving a path toward higher interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis. What does it mean for real estate markets?
2017 has been a year of surprises, with UK commercial transaction volumes expected to reach approximately £50 billion by the end of the year, a rise of more than 15 percent on 2016.
Amsterdam is rapidly making a name for itself as a gateway to mainland Europe with foreign capital finding favour in all sectors of real estate investment.
An ageing population coupled with an under supply of facilities is increasing the demand for more hospital beds in the Middle East.