Your property portfolio in market perspective. What are your property goals? Continuation, expansion or disposal? Do you want to know what the market trends and options are, and what this means for your portfolio?  As we are active in the property market every day, in the Netherlands and throughout the world, we know all about market developments and capital flows. We know the property market better than anyone else, and have the references to prove this. We will show you how your property is positioned in the current market.

Short- and long-term portfolio strategies. Following our analysis of the commercial aspects of each property in your portfolio, we will show you how one property's value affects the value of the whole portfolio. We will also explain your options, and how you can benefit most from the current market conditions. We will convert this into a hold/sell strategy, in which we elaborate both the short- and long-term steps to be taken. We will give you clear insights and honest advice.

Selling your portfolio? If, on the basis of our analysis, you decide to sell your portfolio in total or in parts, we can organise this as your partner in a well-structured and decisive way.

  • Strategic hold/sell advice for your property portfolio, including short- and long-term value assessment and feasibility
  • Detailed analysis of the commercial aspects of your buildings, and factors that increase or reduce the value
  • Opportunities in the Netherlands from a global perspective
  • Up-to-date, highly qualified expertise, enabling us to give you a well-substantiated, clear picture within a short period of time

Industry Solutions and Trends

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Global Capital Flows App

The latest capital sources and investment destinations.

MarketView: Logistics (H1 2015)

Record take-up pre-let logistic transactions

MarketView: Office (H1 2015)

Take-up growth office space continues

MarketView: Residential (H1 2016)

Dutch housing market is hot

MarketView: Retail (H1 2015)

Retail investment volume exceeds 2014