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MiM report - warehouse market in Poland

MiM report - warehouse market in Poland

02 March 2018

For the first time in history demand in single region has exceeded over 1 million sq m. Poland wide record high gross take-up at 4.3 million sq m was observed. 


Spain Retail Market Report January 2018

02 March 2018

Record high retail investment volume registered in 2017


Market Report Barcelona Offices Q4 2017

23 February 2018

Take-up increased for the second consecutive year


Market report Madrid offices Q4 2017

19 February 2018

Market exceeds take-up expectations and reaches record levels of the decade


Spain Logistic Market Q4 2017

14 February 2018

High demand of logistics space in Madrid and Barcelona continues


Spain Investment Market January 2018

13 February 2018

Best year for investment in a decade despite activity slowing in last quarter

Market in Minutes - January 2018

Market in Minutes - January 2018

10 January 2018

Investors benefit from stable economic climate and real rental growth

10 key trends

10 key trends

19 December 2017

Real estate advisory company Savills presents its preliminary summary of Poland’s commercial property market performance in 2017 and an outlook for the next twelve months.

Spotlight: Renewable Energy - Solar Parks

Spotlight: Renewable Energy - Solar Parks

13 December 2017

A bright future for investors and land owners


Private Rented Sector Report 2017

08 December 2017

Shifting Ownership in Ireland’s Private Rented Sector


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