Real estate investors hold their breath and hope for the best

Delayed fund raising – but no definite investor flight. Such is the assessment from a number real estate investors EjendomsWatch has spoken to about the consequences of the corona crisis. Real estate provides security, says Thylander Gruppen, while Niam warns against excessive fear.

"Excessive fear in the market is probably where I see the greatest risk," says Niam's Danish country manager Michael Berthelsen. | Photo: PR / Niam

Like a brick wall in the middle of the motorway while you drive at 130 Km/h. That is just one imagery used by investors in the real estate sector to describe the corona crisis' complete paralysis of activity throughout most of Europe. It came like a stroke of magic, just like the "black swan", says Collier's CEO, Peter Winther.

Several of the real estate investors AMWatch's sister media EjendomsWatch has spoken to do not conceal the fact that the crisis will have noticeable consequences.

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