Time to open the silver linings playbook
Against the backdrop of a record 2019 performance, the volume of real estate deals in Ireland will be greatly impacted in 2020 – but there are positives
“The bigger they are, the harder they fall” may be a boxing idiom, but commercial property investment has certainly been punching above its weight here in recent years.
Real estate investment volumes across Europe are in real trouble.
That is essentially the executive summary of the extensive economic and market analysis report published by our global BNP Paribas Real Estate group last week.
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