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EMEA Living Capital Markets Q1 2024

Yields stabilize as capital values begin to recover and investment outlook improves

May 30, 2024
Contributors:
  • Emma Rosser
  • Dominika Mocova
  • Nick Whitten

Living investment in the first quarter fell from the previous year to €7.5bn, reflecting the slowdown in dealmaking during 2023.

The total is a 20% drop on Q1 2023 and a 61% fall on the five-year Q1 average (2019-2023). However depleted volumes mask a recent surge in activity, following yield stabilisation and a tick up in capital values driven by strong rental growth.

Comparing investment changes year-on-year, the Q1 decline was exclusively focussed within the €250m+ deal size bracket, already in Q2 this larger deals have rebound. This report examines sector, country and buyer investment trends, providing updates on key performance indicators in Europe.

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