Monday 17 October 2011
Despite economic concerns third quarter figures show global investment in real estate is holding up well with transaction volumes up 36% in the third quarter of 2011 compared with the same period in 2010.
Germany, France, Scandinavia and Russia all continue to attract strong investors interest. With a total of $US41 billion in the third quarter, european transaction volumes have held up well with an increase of 14% on the last quarter and a 38% rise on the third quarter 2010.
Canada and the United States saw a slowdown in the third quarter with volumes down 22% compared with what was a very strong second quarter.
France in general and Paris especially remain strong markets showing no sign of weakness as the prices went up 20+% over the past 12 months.
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