CBRE Romania recruited Elke Schӧpf in the Retail Department, considering the opportunities offered by the real estate market at this moment. Elke has over 15 years’ experience in real estate and will coordinate the lease of one of the shopping centers exclusively represented by CBRE Romania.
Prime yield registered a compression of 0.25%, reaching 7.75% a result that came from the main performance indicators (low vacancy rates, increasing demand, increasing pre-lease transactions) which are stable now. Of all major markets in the region, Bucharest becomes one of the most attractive market for investors, reveals the latest office market report issued by CBRE Romania.
Investment volume for Romania in H1 2014 up 222% y-o-y, with an increased diversity in terms of type and use of the properties sold, as well as profile of buyers, according to the latest research about the capital markets from global property advisor CBRE.
7 out of 10 Romanians prefer a large, covered shopping centre, whereas smaller centers are chosen by 27% of consumers; high-Street shopping is an option for just 2% of consumers. On the contrary, 1 in 5 Europeans will choose a high-street over other types of retail formats. These findings are revealed in the newest CBRE report – “How Consumers Shop – Romania” edition.
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