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Investment volume slips in Q3: CBRE
Date: 30 November 2010
Category: Market Watch
Commercial real estate investment volume fell to EUR 23.1 bn in Q3 from EUR 24.6 bn in the previous quarter, according to research from CB Richard Ellis. Despite the fall, the longer term trend appears to be steadily upwards, the adviser said. ‘Investor demand remains heavily concentrated at the prime end of the market, a trend that we expect to continue in the mid-term.’
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