The French market showed its resilience last year and Paris remained the largest office market in the world, despite the pandemic. Strong activity in Q4, with nearly €10 billion invested, gave rise to optimism on the outlook for 2021 but with the lockdown and curfew continuing, there are fresh concerns about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the real estate market. What is the outlook for the market? Will it depend on the vaccine roll-out? What other factors will come into play? Last year domestic investors increased their share from 56% to 68%. Will this trend continue or will international investors come back? Will core assets in Paris be seen as a safe haven by investors? La Défense area has seen rent declines in 2020: what is the outlook for the year ahead? What are the opportunities for value-add? What about the logistics sector? How does the French market compare to Germany and other key European markets? What is the outlook for the main sectors? To what extent are big infrastructure projects like Grand Paris and the prospect of the Olympic Games in 2024 boosting the attractiveness of Paris for international capital? Will investment volumes increase further? How does Paris compare to locations such as London, Amsterdam or Berlin? When will the hard-hit hospitality sector recover? What are the key challenges, apart from the pandemic? What impact are the reforms having on the property sector? To what extent will Paris benefit from Brexit?
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