In 2017 around $1.4 trillion will be invested in Global Real Estate

May 2, 2017—The global demand for real estate investment continues to exceed the supply – fueled by new sources of capital and a growing number of investors who rely...
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May 2, 2017—The global demand for real estate investment continues to exceed the supply – fueled by new sources of capital and a growing number of investors who rely on global diversification. Cushman & Wakefield’s “The Atlas Summary” is this and more.

The annual report analyzes the investment market and shows trends and trends around the world. According to “The Atlas Summary 2017” is expected to be 1.39 trillion US dollars in real estate invested this year. Of these, 44 percent are in the Asia-Pacific region, followed by North America with 34 percent and the EMEA with 22 percent. The report notes that the investment demand for real estate 2017 continues and exceeds the supply of available real estate – which will keep prices at a high level in the foreseeable future.

More diversification

According to Cushman & Wakefield, the 2017/2018 market is expected to become even more dynamic. One reason for this is that investors are increasingly pursuing a global strategy because of the uncertain economic situation around the world. Many investors continue to focus on core locations in 2017 to minimize risks as well as increase the liquidity and sustainability of their portfolios. At the same time, the interest in new segments and strategies is high – the typical investment portfolio is becoming increasingly diverse.

The complete edition of “The Atlas Summary 2017” is available here: http://www.cushmanwakefield.com/en/research-and-insight/

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