The Dutch real estate market is in good shape. However, a lack of investable stock limits further growth of the investment market. In H1 2019, the total investment volume amounted to € 8.3 billion, a 24% decrease compared to the same period last year. However, the investment volume has not dropped in all property segments.
In 2018, the Netherlands posted a record high investment volume of € 21 billion. For the first time, the residential segment attracted a higher investment volume than the office market. While 2019 is looking to be another good year, the growth rate is decelerating.
Record in healthcare property
We are expecting record-setting figures for healthcare real estate, however. The market is benefiting from demographic trends and changing regulations.
Retail market overhaul
In 2023, an estimated 25% of the current retail stock will be obsolete. Proper data is critical for those who wish to benefit from this development.
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