INVESTMENT MARKET PICKS UP SPEED
After a restrained start to the year, the Frankfurt investment market picked up speed in the second quarter. With a transaction volume of €2.34 billion, the exceptionally good result of the pre-vious year was missed by around a third, but at the same time the ten-year average was exceeded by 20%. The fact that nationwide Frankfurt only has to give in to the capital Berlin underlines that the market is showing its best side. This is also attributable to the fact that in the second quarter four major deals in the three-digit million range were concluded, which had been missing in the first three months. However, at the same time last year seven deals of this size had already been registered. This shows that many premium properties have already been sold in recent years in the banking metropolis, which international investors in particular frequently choose for their market entry in Germany. This resulted in a limited supply, especially in the large-volume core segment. Among the most significant transactions are the sales of Frankfurter Welle and Taunusanlage 8 (T8).
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