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More distress ahead in Dutch office market, says Kempen
Date: 31 May 2012
Category: Market Watch
More distressed office portfolios are expected to come onto the market in the Netherlands, following the recent sales of the Uni-Invest and Orange portfolios, according to a research report issued by Kempen & Co.
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