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International Funds Arrive in Spain with €40 Billion to Invest in Real Estate

Funds such as Ardian, GLP, EQT, Nuveen, Primonial, M Capital and various opportunist entities have decided to bet on the fashionable sectors, such as logistics and build to rent, as well as on possible discounted operations in the hotel, retail and office segments.

Spain continues to spark interest amongst investors, despite the crisis resulting from the coronavirus. Investor interest is piqued by the outlook for the fashionable sectors, such as logistics and build to rent, and by the possible operations with discounts in the hotel and office segments, which have been hit by travel restrictions and the trend towards working from home, as well as by unemployment.

In this context, at the beginning of June, the real estate consultancy Cushman & Wakefield presented its Investors’ Survey report, drawn up on the basis of a survey carried out of well-known investors in Spain. It estimates that investors have 40 billion euros at their disposal to invest in the Spanish real estate market.

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