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Chinese insurance industry will invest USD 73bn in global real estate bonanza by 2019
24 November, 2015
• Deregulation in China will cause exponential growth in overseas real estate investment
Record year already for European retail investment market
12 November, 2015
EUR 51.5bn invested in European retail during the first nine months of the year, representing a 59% increase compared to a year ago
Industrial corporate real estate offers best investment opportunity
10 November, 2015
Central and Eastern Europe, the Eurozone Periphery and the Benelux regions have the highest share of underpriced markets and boast the most attractive opportunities for investors.
Sales of London homes under £250,000 drop 51% in 2015
03 November, 2015
Transactions volumes at value end of market falling fastest as supply dries up
Real estate investment activity reaches highest level on record
27 October, 2015
Rolling annual volumes climbed to EUR237.8bn in Q3 2015, the highest level on record
CoreNet Global and Cushman & Wakefield reveal EMEA survey results
15 October, 2015
Talent attraction and retention remains high on the corporate agenda, with a high percentage of companies actively investing in workplace improvement and technology
Cushman & Wakefield advises on WhatCulture.com’s relocation to Baltic Place
07 October, 2015
WhatCulture.com, one of the UK’s top 100 most visited websites has chosen Gateshead’s iconic Baltic Place as its new home.
20,000 sq ft office relocation for Staples in Birmingham
06 October, 2015
- Cushman and Wakefield act for the landlord
Cushman & Wakefield announces intended acquisition of DTZ Zadelhoff
05 October, 2015
Merger creates a real estate market leader and brings the country’s organisational structure in line with the company globally.
Robust growth in global real estate investment as US dominates
05 October, 2015
Global property investment rose 16% in the year to June (US$942.8bn) and now stands at its highest since 2008, just 13% below the pre-crisis peak.