The European real estate market is poised for a recovery and investment volumes could return to pre-pandemic levels in 2021, provided coronavirus is defeated. If the restrictions in place and the new vaccines being rolled out prove to be successful, travel restrictions will be lifted and the market could return to normal quite quickly.
There is a lot of local and international capital ready to be invested in real estate and a lot of pent-up appetite after a frustrating 2020. The pandemic had a negative impact on investment turnover and leasing demand, but values have remained resilient. Some countries, like Germany, and some sectors, like Logistics and Residential, have performed well. What are the prospects for the year ahead? Will Covid-19 continue to accelerate trends, such as online shopping, or will physical retail recover? What about the office sector? In 2020 investors were forced to focus more on their domestic market. Will 2021 see the return of cross-border investments? Will Asian, Middle Eastern and North American investors return to Europe? Which countries and cities are they likely to favour? What impact will Brexit have?
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