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The Crisis Increases Investor Interest in Hotels, Offices and Prime Commercial Premises in Spain

During the exit from lockdown, there will be a "gradual reactivation period" during which investors with liquidity will be able to acquire assets at discounts of around 20%, according to Laborde Marcet.

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Aerial panoramic view of the AZCA and CTBA business districts in Madrid, Spain

Funds, family offices and private investors are going to be more active than ever in their search for investment opportunities to try to mitigate as much as possible the impact of the Covid-19 crisis. These players will be able to acquire real estate assets at discounts of around 20% over the medium term, according to data from the real estate consultancy LabordeMarcet.

In this sense, the Spanish real estate market “will experience a period of gradual reactivation during the exit from lockdown” during which players with liquidity will take centre stage in most of the operations in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Sevilla, Bilbao, San Sebastián and the Balearic Islands.

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