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Henderson’s HERALD completes final letting phase of Serravalle Retail Park, Italy

The €930 million Henderson European Retail Property Fund (HERALD) has completed the second and final letting phase of Serravalle Retail Park (Alessandria), in Italy.

Commercial property returns to grow in 2011

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. commercial real estate investors may have to wait until next year to see their returns start to grow, as returns will likely remain in negative territory this year, according to the research arm of real estate services company CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.

Bubble fears prompt commercial property mis-selling warning

IFAs are being warned to take a cautious approach to commercial property and ensure the asset class is not mis-sold to clients as fears of a bubble grow.

Colliers Reports Improvements on UK Commercial Property Market

Colliers CRE – a leading British property consultant – published a report revealing that the UK commercial property market has seen the fastest recovery of property values in the past months.

Fed’s Lockhart Says Commercial Real Estate May Weaken Recovery

Nov. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said the economy will probably recover slowly from the deepest recession since the 1930s because of rising bank losses, especially in commercial real estate.

Limited UK commercial property stock leads to aggressive bidding war

Competition from investors for a limited supply of prime UK commercial real estate assets is leading to increasingly aggressive bidding with yields falling 35 basis points in October, the largest monthly fall since at least 1993.

Commercial real estate facing worse days

Diane Mastrull Philly 09.11.2009

Commercial property alert

Nick Rice FT Adviser 09.11.2009
Commercial real estate facing worse days

From his 30th-floor Center City office, William J. Hirschfeld has an in-your-face reminder that all is not well in commercial real estate.

Commercial property alert

Commercial property is experiencing the "wrong sort" of recovery, according to HSBC Global Asset Management's Guy Morrell.

Growing to the Sky

Russell Flannery Forbes 06.11.2009
Ireland Commercial Real Estate Sees Growth In Transaction Volume

After a difficult year, Ireland's commercial real estate market is starting to show signs of early recovery with the number of small office rental transactions increasing. While investment volumes are increasing from a low in early 2009, vacancy rates in Dublin remain high as landlords are faced with increased pressure to reduce rents, along with offering other incentives, to attract and retain tenants. See the following article from Property Wire for more on this.

Growing to the Sky

A canny Beijing commercial developer is among those riding China's widening capital markets to lofty valuations.


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