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The October 2017 edition of PropertyEU Magazine is out now. This edition features a special report on the German real estate market and the latest at the proptech revolution.

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The October 2017 edition includes: 

Special report

Gearing up for change
Germany has long reaped the dividends of its safe haven status but is reaching the limits of that growth as supply of prime product dwindles. Brexit and new technologies offer ways to drive change.


Expo Real 
Climate change and urbanisation are some of the biggest issues facing the property sector, says Joseph E. Stiglitz, Nobel prize winner and keynote speaker at Expo Real.


Cutting-edge offices
Slovakian developer HB Reavis is making its mark in the capital cities of CEE with a new generation of offices. It now aims to do the same in London, says CEO  Pavel Trenka.

Sectors & markets

Proptech powers change
The real estate sector is on the threshold of a revolution as buildings become ‘smart’ and new technologies change the way business is done.

Supply shortage hinders growth
The German economy is in full swing and the only barrier to growth in the real estate sector is lack of supply.

Spanish glow radiates east
Positive investor sentiment, underpinned by stronger fundamentals, is spreading from Spain and Italy to Greece and Cyprus.


Dutch valley project
Developer OVG has sold The Valley, a 75,000 m2 mixed-use development being built in Amsterdam, to the RJB Group of Companies for €300 mln.

Blackstone trades offices
US private equity firm Blackstone has clinched two sizeable office transactions in London and Amsterdam.

German heroes
Foreign investors have beaten a path to safe haven Germany in recent years, but local players are still firmly rooted in home soil.

Investment & finance

Piraeus Bank launches NPL sale
Greece's biggest bank is to test the market for selling real estate non-performing loans (NPLs) by launching a €1.3 bn portfolio sale.

Divide looms in fundraising market
Real estate fundraising is at risk of developing into a two-tier market as the environment becomes more challenging.

Barings sets sights on Finland
Stronger demographics and market flexibility make the Nordic country more attractive for residential investment than Germany. 


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