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retail-shopping-centers Market News: Spanish Real Estate Intelligence

Orion: 350 million for the Percassi assets
13 August, Milano Finanza The entrepreneur Percassi has recently entered an agreement with Orion Capital concerning the entry of the fund into the capital of Stilo Immobiliare. With an investment of 350 million euro, Orion will obtain a 65% share in the capital of the Percassi’s company, which holds assets for 435.6 million euro, including shopping centres in Bergamo (Orio Center), Turin, Rome and Sicily. Source: Milano Finanza Translator: 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
Outlook of the Italian real estate market
29 July, Linkedin Nomisma reports that all the main residential markets are currently expanding, thanks to the increasing demand and transactions, as well as a modest growth of prices. Residential investments are on the rise, although this is still a secondary trend. Foreign investors represent 60-70% of the total investments in non-residential segments. However, the weak economic situation of the past few years had reduced the attractivity of the country. The corporate market suffers from the lack of quality product, with the only exception of Milan. Hospitality, social housing, senior living and student halls are the emerging markets to bet on for the relaunch of the country. In conclusion, despite the current challenging macroeconomic context, real estate is in good shape, although the risk of a possible recession is not to be excluded in case of a weak economic outlook. Source: Linkedin Translator: Cristina Ambrosi