Newsec expects transactions for up to EUR 3.3bn in Denmark before the turn of the year as international investors have high appetite for real estate

Newsec Advisory's expectations for the total Danish transaction volume in 2019 is in line with those of peers Cushman & Wakefield Red and Colliers. CEO Morten Jensen talks to AMWatch's sister media EjendomsWatch about his expectations, including those for 2020.

Newsec Advisory CEO Morten Jensen. | Photo: PR/Newsec.

Consultant company Newsec Advisory expects to complete investment properties for somewhere between EUR 7.4bn and EUR 8bn in Denmark by the end of this year. Furthermore, it expects a similar volume for 2020.

Newsec's expectations for the rest of the year are relatively high for the industry; commercial real estate services organizations CBRE and Nordicals expect a total transaction volume of EUR 6.7bn and EUR 7.4bn, respectively, in 2019.

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