Fraser Watson (Savills): Hedging costs on Czech income could slow the market


Robert McLean

#cee, #proptech, #development a #architecture

Do you find it odd that we’re going into the third year of a pandemic that’s thrown office workplace strategies into chaos…and yet yields have barely budged?

Yields are generally the reflection of demand and perception of value from buyers in the market. Office yields have gone up fractionally from 3.9% to 4.1%. However, if a super-prime office opportunity came around arguably it would still be sub-4%. You’re saying that the world seems to have imploded and that this is not normal.

But there’s an argument to say that . . .



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