Germany Real Estate Report 2016
BMI View: Germany has one of the most developed and investor-friendly commercial real estate markets inthe EU, with a strong consumer environment supporting retail and industrial sectors through continuedhousehold spending. It is expected that demand for all sectors will remain good in 2016, with low levels ofnew supply resulting in falling vacancy rates.
The commercial real estate market in Germany benefits from a number of the country's strengths. Berlin hasa strong tourist economy, which supports the city's retail sector, while trade flows are improving. Frankfurtis a global financial centre with high rents and demand, particularly for premium property. The city hoststhe European headquarters for a large number of major companies, such as Zürich Versicherung,Deutsche Bank, IBM and Ogilvy & Mather. Meanwhile, Munich consistently has high rents for office andretail space, with good growth projected in commercial retail property. This economic centre's has awealthy population and strong tourism industry supports the retail sector. Düsseldorf has become known asa centre for fashion and trade shows, with many retail companies opting for this city as the location for theirGerman headquarters.
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