Real estate consultancy: Dropping optimism among Nordic real estate investors

Majority of real estate investors in the Nordics still expect to increase their portfolio  to the asset class over the next six months, according to a analysis by Cushman & Wakefield. However, the atmosphere is slightly less optimistic than it was at this time last year, a partner says to EjendomsWatch.

De danske investorer er de mest postive i ny nordisk undersøgelse fra Cushman & Wakefield. | Photo: Clara Ahrens Poulsen / Ritzau Scanpix

Investors in Nordic real estate continue to have faith in the market's development and majority expects to increase their real estate portfolio over the next six months.

More specifically, 70 percent of Nordic investors expect to increase their exposure in the coming six months while 4 percent expect to divest more than they will purchase, selected investors claim in Cushman & Wakefield Red's half-yearly analysis of investors' expectations for Nordic real estate markets.

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