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Demand and investment levels are high across Europe’s residential property markets, but the supply shortage is causing investors to rethink their approaches.

Investment in Europe’s property markets grew significantly over the past year, due in large part to increased demand and activity from foreign investors. With demand for housing exceeding supply across the region, and property investments offering a stable income profile and opportunities to diversify, investors are continuing to shift their focus from commercial assets towards residential.

Research from Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) found that European residential investment totaled €43 billion in 2017, an increase of 13 percent over the previous year. While most of this investment originated within Europe or in North America, growth was more pronounced in regions further afield, including China and Hong Kong.

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