He predicted the euro’s plunge, now Britain’s answer to Warren Buffett says it’s time to buy property in Germany, Finland or even Spain. (see more)
With government and corporate bond yields at all-time lows in most of Europe and equity dividend yields close to their long-term averages, European commercial property looks relatively well-priced. The greatest value appears to be in some of the higher-yielding markets of Southern and Central Europe. Moscow stands out as being the most overpriced. (Read more)
AXA Property Trust Ltd on Friday said its net asset value per share increased in the year to the end of June as it continues to seek to sell the rest of its assets (see more)
While the current trend may be to look further afield for property investment opportunities, a reputable European report seems to suggest otherwise. (read more)
Joint venture aims to invest in countries including Germany and France
U.K. asset manager Hermes Investment Management, alongside retail property firm Redevco B.V., have linked up to buy shopping space in Northern Europe (Read more)
Is Spain the new property ‘Eldorado’, and if so what are the best opportunities?
An independent investment manager specialised in retail property, Netherlands-based Redevco, with a portfolio of 450 assets in major European cities, has announced its first external partnership in Spain. (Read more)