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Funds Have €40 Billion to Invest in the Spanish Property Market

The logistics and rental home sectors are establishing themselves as the assets in which funds are going to invest the most following the coronavirus crisis, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

Spain is continuing to generate a great deal of interest among investors and is attracting capital of all nationalities. In total, the investment funds have €40 billion to allocate to the Spanish real estate market over the short and medium term.

According to a survey carried out by the consulting firm Cushman & Wakefield, more than 51% of investors say that they will not change their investment strategy following the pandemic, 33% are reconsidering their risk profile and 16% are evaluating different asset classes.

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The average home cost 295,927 euros in the Spanish capital at the end of March, compared to 165,280 euros on average in Spain.

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