The UK and Germany are the most preferred countries for real estate. But this balance has changed. Real estate investment goes to the north. New favorite countries were Finland and Sweden.
100 foreigners from 21 countries participated in the research. And as a result of the research, the slowdown in economic growth in China, the tension between Russia and the EU and the growing terrorist incidents in Europe affected real estate values.Well, which countries do European investors prefer? Let’s examine it all together.
Which countries have increased investment?
The volume of real estate investment fell by one-half in the United Kingdom and one-third in Germany. France took the third place with an investment volume approaching 10 billion euros. The highest increase in the first half of 2016 was 34 percent in Finland and 29 percent in Sweden. Russia, the Central and Eastern Europe region has a strong potential, but remains in the first half with a total investment of 6.5 billion euros. The second half experienced a fifty percent increase in the whole region. Along with the increase in this area; Poland earned 2.07 billion euros, Hungary 910 euros and Russia 1.4 billion euros.
How has Turkey affected this situation?
According to the results of the research Turkey; The Turkish economy has increased its growth rate from 3 percent in 2014 to 4 percent in 2015. However, risk factors such as domestic security threats, coup attempts and a reduction in investor confidence directly impacted growth estimates.