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Apr 03 2015

JLL | Global Market Perspective Q1 2015


JLL global market report:

“The major global real estate markets are in better shape than at any time since the Global Financial Crisis, with the continued momentum in capital markets now supported by improving corporate occupier demand across all the main global regions and property sectors.  Meanwhile, rising construction levels and developer confidence underline the strength of demand for modern space.”

globalrejllDownload this report for a comprehensive review of the global real estate markets, including these highlights:

  • Positive signals from real estate investment, occupational and development markets
  • Capital markets break new records
  • Investors move up the risk curve
  • Further room for growth in 2015
  • Strengthening occupational markets
  • Occupier activity will be more balanced in 2015
  • Leasing volumes constrained in 2015 by shortages of quality space
  • Developers respond to tightening fundamentals
  • Office rental growth accelerating
  • Retail on a more stable footing
  • Warehousing markets continue to tighten in the U.S and Europe
  • Global hotel investment reaches seven-year high
  • Institutional investor demand grows in Europe’s residential sectors

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