CBRE survey: investors are spooked by Brexit fears

The report suggests that the UK property market would suffer an adverse “demand shock” were it to vote to leave the EU

28th February, 2016
If Britain leaves the EU then it would be less attractive to foreign investors Pic: iStock

Property investors in Britain have warned that Britain would be a less attractive place to invest if it were to leave the European Union, according to findings of a new survey by global property adviser CBRE.

As part of a CBRE special report entitled Heading For The Exit?, published last Thursday, the survey of investor clients revealed that sentiment has hardened against leaving the EU in recent years. CBRE has conducted this poll for three...

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