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Big 4 office markets Netherlands

Summer 2013

Report

Reihe: Savills Market Report

Anbieter: Savills

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  • Erscheinungsweise: Unregelmäßig
  • Berichtszeitraum: 1. Halbjahr 2013
  • Erscheinungsdatum : 31.08.2013
  • Seiten : 6 Seiten
  • Datei-Typ : PDF-Datei
  • Größe : 481,46 kB
  • Sprache(n) : Englisch

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Inhalt

  • The unfavourable economic situation in the Netherlands reflected in lower occupier demand. Total demand in the four largest agglomerations reached 230,000 sq m in H1 2013 and is 22% lower than in previous half-years.
  • The Hague is the only city among the Big 4 that managed to increase demand by 32% yoy to 62,800 sq m in the first half of the year.
  • The share in occupier demand for the city centres/CBD's is ever increasing. During H1 2013 a stunning 40% of demand landed in the city centres of the Big 4, compared to normal averages between 25% - 30%.
  • Dutch headline rents are traditionally significantly supported by incentives and generally show little variation. Recently Savills witnessed more and more owners, especially those with property in vulnerable areas, openly competing on headline rents and lowering asking rents instead of further increasing incentives. In many of those submarkets starting rents now stand at €70-90 per sq m / year.
  • Investments in the Big 4 totalled €400m, a 6% increase compared to average half-year figures since 2009. A breakdown per city shows that this is mainly due to increased Amsterdam investments totalling €285m, or 72% of all Big 4 investments.
  • Yields remained stable over the past six months and increased interest from value-add and opportunistic investors prevented further softening of yields for secondary properties.

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