European property markets now offer more attractive returns to investors, with the latest all-property DTZ Fair Value Index (FVI) Q3 2010 score for Europe standing at 55, an increase from 49 in Q2. Although Europe is still less attractive than other markets globally, as revealed by the global FVI Q3 score of 63, the European index is now above 50, meaning there are more 'hot' markets than 'cold', DTZ said on Wednesday.
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