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industrial Market News: Spanish Real Estate Intelligence

Cbre: real estate investments for 7.39 billion euro (+40%) in the first 9 months of 2019
07 October, Il Sole 24 Ore Cbre reports that investments in real estate in Italy for the three quarters of 2019 amounted to 7.39 billion (+40% from the same period of 2018). Hospitality reported excellent results, with investments for 2.56 billion euro, despite the lack of assets on offer. In Rome, for instance, it’s possible to buy the few available properties only at a very high price. In Venice and Florence, it’s rather challenging to obtain the necessary licenses. Investors have also started looking at minor cities. The office market continues performing well, with Milan leading the sector with 30 operations amounting to 1.5 billion euro in total. Finally, retail has recouped, reporting investments for 1.7 billion euro. The logistics market has also improved, with investments for 463 million euro. Source: Il Sole 24 Ore Translator: Cristina Ambrosi  
Milan is the most attractive market for investments in logistics
23 September, Corriere della Sera In its latest report on the logistics market, World Capital reports that the attractivity of the Milanese market is assed at 64.7. The calculation is obtained by taking into considerations eight parameters: population, property market trend, tourism, socio-economic conditions, infrastructures, credit, public administration and environment. On this last parameter, Milan scored very low, reporting 27.8 over a total of 100. Yields for logistics assets are around 6%, compared to 4% of prime offices and 3% of retail. Finally, the market is expected to focus on short-term rentals in the future (three to six years), whereas the market is currently dominated by long-term leases averaging twelve years. Source: Corriere della Sera Traslator: Cristina Ambrosi
PwC: Milan and Rome lead the non-residential market. 65% of the investments come from foreign investors
29 July, Bebeez Milan and Rome are still the main markets for non-residential investments, representing respectively 35% and 21% of the total in 2018. 65% of the investments are from foreign investors. Non-residential assets plummeted by 20% in 2018, having gone from 11 billion euro in 2017 to 8.8 billion in 2018. Offices represented 39% of the total transactions (3.4 billion euro), while retail was 25% (2.2 billion). Industrial assets reported investments for 1.1 billion, with a 17% decline from 2017. Concerning the residential segment, transactions had increased achieving 580 thousand units transacted in 2018, while those for retail assets had increased by 4.8% and offices had decreased by 3.5%. Source: Bebeez Translator: Cristina Ambrosi