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Tightening of restrictions across Europe following a rise in COVID-19 cases

"As we head into Q4, attention is once again drawn to the COVID-19 pandemic as a number of countries across Europe are tightening restrictions, and in some cases, implementing lockdown measures following a surge in cases of the virus. This is likely to result in an increasingly polarised market as the retail and hotel sectors continue to suffer, while the Industrial and Logistics sectors prosper.

Pan-European and domestic funds, along with specialist operators, are continuing to be attracted to the Industrial and Logistics sectors. This is reflected by continued yield compression in October, with a consistently strong outlook and a number of deals in the pipeline. There remains much debate on the office sector around how occupiers will utilise space in the future – this is translating into lower investment volumes, with more conservative underwriting and yields holding firm for only the core assets.


We are once again seeing a softening in shopping centre yields as the recovery from the pandemic remains sluggish with the prospect of continued rent incentives and decreased footfall likely to persist.


Andrew Barber
Executive Director, International Valuation & Advisory Services at CBRE


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