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11 August 2017

CEE REGION Real estate investment into the Central & Eastern European region rose 17 pct y-o-y in the first half of 2017 to EUR5.4 bln, according to data from Colliers International.

“We forecast at end of the first quarter that 2016’s record-breaking EUR12.2 bln of investment in the real estate sector in the CEE region was likely to be surpassed in 2017, and the data for the first half of the year continues to indicate that this will happen,” said Mark Robinson, a researcher for the CEE at Colliers International. In H1 the Czech republic has seen a rise of 114 pct, Romania 155 pct and Bulgaria 213 pct. Czech volumes have remained the most significant in the region so far in 2017 with flows of around EUR 2.2 bln, overtaking Poland which saw flows of about EUR 1.5 bln in the first half of this year. Hungary followed in third place with EUR 824mn. Retail and Hotel investment volumes are rising the fastest within the various real estate segments in CEE. The leading Retail sector saw its volume reach almost EUR 2.6 bln in the first half of 2017, compared with over EUR 3.7 bln throughout the whole of 2016. Around 37 pct of the money came from domestic sources or from CEE cross-border flows, which meant a 16 pct increase compared with 2016 figures.

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