Real estate investments into Central and Eastern Europe have tripled.

Investments into commercial real estate markets of Central and Eastern Europe have reached € 4,4 billion during 5 months of 2011. Increasing rates have made 180% in comparison with same period last year.

CB Richard Ellis experts note that the liquidity of commercial real estate markets have been increased in most countries during 2011.This is accompanied by growing number of transactions and its value increasing.

The largest increase has been recorded by investment analysts in a commercial segment of the Czech Republic. Foreign investors are competing to acquire the most "juicy" pieces particularly in Prague. "Their interest is focused on high quality objects with unique location. Such competition ensures price increasing but chances to cause a price boom like in 2007 are low" believe CBRE analysts.

Poland estate market is very popular among big investors. Total investment volume of commercial sector of the country will exceed € 2 billion before the end of the year according to some experts. High-quality office property with good location and possibility of long-term lease is in good demand in Warsaw. Investors prefer higher returns recently and acquire commercial and office properties in regional centers.

CB Richard Ellis specialists note that many international investors have shifted from stable markets for more risky. Analysts believe that this trend will continue until the end of 2011.

It is expected to receive influx of Austrian and British capital in regions of Central and Eastern Europe with arrival of large international investment funds.

15 July 2011
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