Property investment in Hungary higher in Q2 than in last two years

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The European Industrial and Logistics market experienced record levels of investment in Q2 2015 with the total volume reaching €6.1 billion and more transactions taking place in Hungary in the first half of 2015 than in the past couple of years, according to a press release issued by global real estate advisor CBRE.

“The demand has also increased for empty buildings,” says Gergely Baka, Head of Industrial Agency at CBRE Budapest. “In our experience, the Funding for Growth Program of the Hungarian National Bank also improved the enthusiasm for real estate investments by small and medium-sized enterprises. The types of the most sought-after properties are diverse: city logistics parks, big box buildings, as well as individual production facilities,” says Baka, adding that “we hope that trend continues and the demand will increase according to our expectations.”

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