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Investment Will Not Recover to its Pre-Pandemic Levels Until 2023, According to Savills IM

The firm's Outlook for 2021 report identifies 'solid' long-term opportunities in Spain in the logistics, food-based retail and office sectors, as well as in the build to rent segment.

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The Outlook for 2021 report published by the manager Savills IM, entitled Building resilience into global real estate portfolios, points out that 70% of real estate investors globally expect real estate investments to increase or remain unchanged for the next twelve months.

“In Spain, although the high levels of unemployment and public debt represent a risk for the economic outlook and despite the fact that the recovery to pre-pandemic levels is not expected until 2023, the real estate market offers obvious investment opportunities,” says Fernando Ramírez de Haro, Managing Director of Savills IM for Spain and Portugal.

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