Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Ind. & Logistics

Madrid: the New Focus for Real Estate Investment in Data Centres

The largest development is the construction by Amazon Web Services of a new campus comprising three data centres in Aragón.

CBRE GI & Montepino Receive 12 Offers for the Logistics Operation of the Year

Large international funds, sector specialists and Spanish private banks are all bidding in what is expected to be the largest real estate transaction of 2021.

IBA Capital is Preparing to Invest €200 Million in Offices, Retail and Logistics Assets

The fund, which invests the French Castel family's capital in Spain and manages the Socimi Zambal, is negotiating the purchase of the Glóries office complex in Barcelona along with other operations.

Eurofund Buys Amazon’s Logistics Project in Girona

Eurofund and LCP have acquired the land on which the American giant's future logistics centre is going to be located. The centre will span 175,000 square metres.
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B-Exclusives

Who Are the Construction Kings in the Balearic Islands?

Ten of the major real estate companies, including Taylor Wimpey, Metrovacesa, Aedas and Vía Célere, are going to deliver nearly half of the almost 2,500 homes that are scheduled for completion on the islands this year, according to Brainsre.

The Lowdown on the Decrease in Rental Prices in Madrid Post-Covid

The price of rental homes in Madrid has decreased for the third consecutive quarter, although the average asking price still exceeds 1,200 euros per month, according to Brainsre.

Ranking of Property Developers in Barcelona By Number of New Homes They Plan to Complete

Five property developers lead the new-build residential market in Barcelona and neighbouring towns, according to the big data platform Brainsre.

The Rental Market a Year After the Outbreak of the Pandemic

Rental prices are continuing to fall, with a decrease of almost 9% in the last three months alone, according to Brainsre. Nevertheless, the amount of time it takes to find a tenant has increased by 40% since the Covid crisis began.

Top News

Brainsre.news: What Happened in April 2020?

The impact of coronavirus defined the real estate market in April, although operations were actually closed in the commercial and logistics markets and new projects were announced in Madrid and Málaga.

Hotelbeds Receives a €430M Injection from 3 Funds to Head Off the Risk of Bankruptcy

Cinven, EQT and Canada Pension Plan Investment (CPPI) have decided to contribute €430 million to the Spanish company, which they acquired in 2016.

Santander Explores How to Securitise NPLs Through Deva Capital

The entity has created the company Deva Capital as a vehicle to explore the purchase of damaged assets from financial institutions around the world, according to various financial sources consulted by the newspaper Expansión. Investment banking sources stress that Santander's subsidiary in Brazil already acquires these types of assets from the banks through its real estate servicer.

The Impact of Coronavirus on the Spanish Real Estate Market, According to the Experts

Brainsre.news interviews five experts in the sector to find out what the effects of the pandemic have been, how investment will evolve, which assets are best positioned and what will happen if there is another outbreak.

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Hotelbeds Receives a €430M Injection from 3 Funds to Head Off the Risk of Bankruptcy

Cinven, EQT and Canada Pension Plan Investment (CPPI) have decided to contribute €430 million to the Spanish company, which they acquired in 2016.

Brainsre.news: What Happened in April 2020?

The impact of coronavirus defined the real estate market in April, although operations were actually closed in the commercial and logistics markets and new projects were announced in Madrid and Málaga.

Santander Explores How to Securitise NPLs Through Deva Capital

The entity has created the company Deva Capital as a vehicle to explore the purchase of damaged assets from financial institutions around the world, according to various financial sources consulted by the newspaper Expansión. Investment banking sources stress that Santander's subsidiary in Brazil already acquires these types of assets from the banks through its real estate servicer.