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European real estate investors expectations for selling activity in 2017

Changes in selling activity compared to 2016 as expected by European property investors in 2017

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Aug 21, 2018
European real estate investors expectations for selling activity in 2017 This statistics presents the expectations of European investors regarding the developments in selling activity in 2017 compared to the prior year. Responses are from the EMEA investor intentions survey, which provides a comprehensive look into the intentions and trends in the real estate investment sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It can be seen that a total of 36 percent of investors said that they expected to see an increase in selling activity in that year in comparison to the previous year on the property market. Although this was the case, a share of 16 percent expected lower activity at that time.
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Changes in selling activity compared to 2016 as expected by European property investors in 2017

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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Aug 21, 2018
This statistics presents the expectations of European investors regarding the developments in selling activity in 2017 compared to the prior year. Responses are from the EMEA investor intentions survey, which provides a comprehensive look into the intentions and trends in the real estate investment sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It can be seen that a total of 36 percent of investors said that they expected to see an increase in selling activity in that year in comparison to the previous year on the property market. Although this was the case, a share of 16 percent expected lower activity at that time.
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