Following first signs of recovery in the second half of 2009, investment volumes continue to increase in 2010 in the Benelux region. Private investors and German funds have dominated the Benelux markets. Investment volumes are still far from the peak in 2007. This is caused by the scarcity of income producing prime assets which is the main focus of investors and their financers in today’s market.
Despite general economic recovery supported by positive first quarter results of many leading businesses, there is still significant concern on the occupier market. The gap between prime and non-prime is widening.
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