Seven key takeaways from new CBRE property review
Level of distress will be ‘minimal’ compared to last crash in 2008 but an ‘uneven recovery’ is expected in 2021, according to the consultancy’s latest report
CBRE, the property consultancy, has published its annual review of the property market and has forecast the prospects for the sector in the year ahead.
Here are the seven key takeaways from the report.
1. Uneven recovery expected in 2021
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