Let’s drive, not walk
Almost 40 % of Hungarian consumers are ready to drive 15 minutes to the nearest shopping center, a new study by property consultant CBRE reveals.
Among the other nations surveyed, Scandinavians are the only ones willing to drive longer distances to do their daily shopping.
Hungarians are loyal to the places where they shop, which makes the renovation of first-generation retail properties worthwhile, head of regional market research CBRE Gábor Borbély argued.
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