Retail Market Pulse Mid-year 2019

Take-up remains solid, but yields decompress


  • Take-up in the first half year of 2019 remained above the average volume registered in the same period in the past five years. 
  • The segment ‘food & beverages’ is expanding.
  • Prime rents remain under downward pressure in most locations.
  • The investment volume decreased year-on-year due to the absence of shopping centre transactions.
  • Investors are more cautious towards retail assets and yields are decompressing

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