Investment volumes in Central and Eastern Europe are at their lowest since 2012, but challenging macro-economic conditions are creating buying opportunities in the region. High financing costs, as well as uncertainty over valuations and prospects for real estate, might be a deterrent for some investors, but others see this lull in the market as a spur to action. Domestic investors are playing more of a role, but international capital is expected to return. How do CEE markets compare to other European markets? Are they more resilient? Which sectors will outperform?
- How do you see the current market and the outlook?
- What do you expect to see in terms of capital flows in the region for the real estate sector?
- The region is seeing strong leasing activity in the office sector: will there be a supply gap in Warsaw and other cities?
- Logistics continues to be buoyed by the reconfiguration of global supply chains and the near-shoring trend. What are the prospects?
- How are rents, yields and development opportunities?
- What is the financing position in CEE markets? Do we have a finance gap?
- The retail sector has traditionally been stronger in CEE than in the rest of Europe. Will we see a growth in interest from investors?
- What is the outlook for residential? What about build-to-rent and student housing?
- How are alternatives sectors like Senior Living, Healthcare, Data centres, self storage developing in the region?
- Hotels and leisure have seen a bounce back is this reflected in pricing?
- As investors reassess their strategies, has there been a change in the type of investor active in CEE?
- Which countries and cities offer the best opportunities?
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