Real estate investment at a ten-year low
The composite value of real-estate investments in Hungary dropped to a ten-year low of under €150 million in 2012, real-estate consultant Jones Lang LaSalle told MTI on Monday. The company said that office-space vacancy rose to 21% at the end of 2012, up 1.76 percentage points from the end of 2011.
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