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Office, logistics and alternatives sectors continued to strenghten in Q4

 
"Prime office yields compressed across continental Europe while maintaining the attractive spread to the risk-free rate. Secondary yields also sharpened in a number of markets due to the lack of available product in the core segment.

Prime logistics yields have also strengthened against the backdrop of low vacancy, high retention rates and limited new supply, which is driving rental growth in many supply-constrained locations. The sector is the main beneficiary of the structural supply chain changes brought about through the growth of e-commerce.

The negative sentiment towards the retail sector continues. Shopping centres experienced further softening, particularly in the secondary market where investor interest has wavered. The market for high street shops is more varied with key prime markets such as Paris experiencing a number of transactions at competitive yields, while a number of others have a weaker outlook.

The alternatives sectors continue to attract investors drawn by the strong occupier fundamentals and cash-on-cash returns.”

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



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