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Articles - commercial real estate

Kakve Promene Diktiraju Svetski Trendovi i Promena Profila Kupaca Nekretnina

Nove vlasnike u Srbiji ima čak 48.000 nepokretnosti, koliko je u prvoj polovini ove godine sklopljeno kupoprodajnih ugovora, što je za 15% više u odnosu na obim prodaje u prvoj polovini 2017. Njihova ukupna novčana vrednost iznosi 1,6 milijardi evra, što je za 23% više u odnosu na isti period prošle godine. Više od polovine ovih novčanih sredstava obrne se na nekretninama u Beogradu i to 830 miliona evra.

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Re/max - Američka Kompanija za Nekretnine Stiže u Srbiju

Američka kompanija za nekretnine Re/Max (Real Estate Maximus) će u sredu, 3. oktobra, u Beogradu svečano otvoriti svoje predstavništvo u Srbiji, najavljeno je iz te kompanije.

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Novi Stanovi i Poslovni Prostor u Centru Novog Sada - Galens Počinje Izgradnju Pupinove Palate Po Ugledu na Savremene Evropske Objekte

Niče novi ekskluzivni poslovno - stambeni objekat u centru Novog Sada, u Ulici Narodnih heroja broj 1. Objekat će sadržati poslovne i stambene prostore pretežno tihe delatnosti i neće, na bilo koji način, narušavati poziciju na kojoj se nalazi.

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Bluehouse Capital Sells Budapest Office Building

With investor appetite for newly-built offices remaining competitive there is also a continuous demand coming from investors seeking older, yet sustainably rentable offices with high occupancy – these refurbished offices remain attractive for the active funds in Budapest. This time CBRE has transacted Bluehouse Capital’s Margit Palace sale to Adventum TRIUM Real Estate Fund.

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Strong start for European commercial real estate investment market in 2014

Hungary is expected to attract EUR 250 million already in H1 2014 Improved investor confidence and lending conditions, as well as notably increased activity from opportunistic investors in recovering markets, led to a strong start for the European commercial real estate market in 2014, according to the latest research from global property advisor CBRE.

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