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Shopping centres move to smaller towns

Shopping centres move to smaller towns
Published: 1 week ago

Several shopping centres in Bratislava and other regions across Slovakia were opened in 2014, as a result of the positive mood and optimism of retailers as well as developers, the CBRE real estate and consulting company told the press on January 14.

New flat sales in Bratislava still on the rise

New flat sales in Bratislava still on the rise
Published: 2 weeks ago

The number of new flats sold in Bratislava in the final quarter of 2014 grew by 34 percent year-on-year. Moreover, thanks to the new offers, the number flats available on the market rose to 3,338, a recent analysis by Bencont Investments suggests.

Built-to-suit construction and active industrial real estate market dominant

Built-to-suit construction and active industrial real estate market dominant
Published: 3 weeks ago

More activities in the industrial real estate market and built-to-suit construction of office buildings for big companies were the most characteristic of the commercial real estate market in Slovakia in 2014. This year it is predicted that the interest of industries in Žilina will increase and that already established firms will continue moving into new spaces, the TASR newswire reported.

Real estate brokers losing trust, NARKS warns

Real estate brokers losing trust, NARKS warns
Published: 1 month ago

Slovakia lacks regulations or a code of ethics for those doing business in real estate, the participants at the conference organised by the National Association of Real Estate Agencies (NARKS) agreed in late November.

P3 developer receives price for industrial building

P3 developer receives price for industrial building
Published: 1 month ago

Development company P3 was granted its fourth Best Industrial Warehouse Development award, this time for its DC4 building in the P3 Bratislava industrial park.



Investments achieve record level in 2014

Investments achieve record level in 2014
Published: Yesterday 12:48 pm, Compiled by Spectator staff

The investment activities in Slovakia increased significantly in the second half of 2014 compared to the first six months of the year. While in the first half only one transaction in the real estate market worth €64 million was closed, during the following half it grew to more than €610 million. This was the most since 2005 when more than €650 million was invested into real estate, an analysis by the JLL consulting firm suggests.

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