Searching for real-estate investment: investing in UK core cities
The UK is the one of the world’s deepest and most liquid pools of investable real estate and has long been regarded a safe investment environment by investors. Mirroring the improvement in the UK economy as a whole, the pace of the UK’s commercial real-estate (CRE) market picked up significantly throughout 2013 and exceeded many of the forecasts that were made at the start of the year.
This report provides an introduction to the range of opportunities available in UK core cities, together with representative market transactions that provide an indication of price ranges and expected yields. Strong sectors and industries are identified in each region and city, providing an overview of the diverse nature of the UK CRE landscape…
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