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Demand for pan-European real estate remains strong

Investor demand for pan-European real estate remains strong despite continuing yield compression across most European markets, according to international property consultants DTZ.

1st October, 2005

Investor demand for pan-European real estate remains strong despite continuing yield compression across most European markets, according to international property consultants DTZ.

The firm's new quarterly bulletin shows yields over the course of 2004 fell across key European markets by an average of 26 basis points.

Some of the main capital cities experienced much greater compression, often in the range of between 50 and 75 basis points.

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