PwC-Immospektive Q2/17

Interpretation of the FPRE real estate meta analysis Q2/17

Swiss economy regains it’s confidence. While revenues in the construction industry remain above average the market for rental apartments is seeing bad omens for the first time. The forecasted economic growth is optimistic and likely to bring a pick-up in demand for office space.

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Kurt Ritz
Partner, Real Estate Advisory
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Marie Seiler
Director, Real Estate Advisory
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Samuel Berner
Real Estate Advisory
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PwC-Immospective

Interpretation of the FPRE Meta-analysis Real Estate 1Q/16

The Swiss economy will struggle to gain momentum until 2017. However, farsighted investors may benefit from this situation. While prices for residential properties may have peaked, office properties in well-developed “B” locations might offer good investment opportunities. The slow economic recovery will increase demand for such properties. Owners of retail properties are also waiting for this kind of recovery. So far, consumers have spent their savings from low energy prices at online retailers or at foreign locations close to the Swiss border.

Find out more in the latest issue of PwC-Immospective for the 1. quarter 2016.