This is the highest investment value registered since the 2007 peak. Next year, however, JLL predicts a fall of 5% in the value invested for a total of 616.000 million euro. Investors «are still dealing with high commercial tension and political uncertainty , as well as the increase in the types of rates in the United States and the energy markets’ fluctuations». Despite that, «real estate investments are still appealing», writes the consultant in a release quoted by EjePrime.
According to the consultant, Madrid is the second city in the world where real estate prices grow the most, positioning itself as one of the most attractive cities in the real estate sector, right after Amsterdam, where the prices grew 18.5%, against the global average of 6.5%.