Favorable prospects for Nordic office market despite low yields

According to Invesco’s recent report, demand remains high for Sweden's central business district office market despite problematic pricing, and the Danish office market can expect moderately increased rents in the coming years.

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A significant economic growth in the Nordic region continues to open opportunities to strengthen net operating income growth in employment-driven real estate, reveals the most recent report by the real estate arm of US-based asset manager Invesco Real Estate.

In Sweden, occupier demand for Central Business District (CBD) office markets remains high, although pricing continues to propose a challenge with yields at a historic low, according to Invesco's H1 2019 House View.

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