New report finds sustainable properties provide higher rental incomes

Obtaining sustainability certification for properties can pay off, a new CBRE investigation shows. In Copenhagen, rental incomes from certified sustainable properties are more than 25 percent higher than from properties without a certification.

Dragana Marina, head of research in Denmark at real estate advisor CBRE | Photo: PR

The number of office properties that can boast sustainable construction has increased dramatically over the past five years. In Europe, sustainable office properties now make up 20 percent of the market, up from 11 percent in 2016, a new CBRE analysis shows.

"That is fantastic, and it shows that investors are happy to pay a little more to get their properties certified," says Dragana Marina, head of research in Denmark at real estate advisor CBRE, who led the analysis.

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