Commercial property remains the most profitable real estate asset in Spain

The investment in housing for its subsequent rent offers average yield of 7.3% in the second quarter of 2017. Commercial premises remain the most profitable product (8.2%), followed by offices, homes and parkings. The profitability offered by housing is skyrocketing. According to a study carried out by the Idealista real estate portal, the return on […]

Only 5% of prime office space in Madrid is vacant

The availability of the best offices in Madrid is only 5% of 1.4 million square meters of high quality premises, which in turn account for just over 10% of the total of 14.8 million square meters of offices existing in Madrid, according to the study “Quality of offices in Madrid” released by BNP Paribas Real Estate. […]

Real estate investments in Spain will beat a record in 2016

The total volume of real estate investments will exceed 13.9 billion euros, 8% more than in 2015 and 45% more than in 2014. Real estate investment in Spain will close the year marking a new high. The data indicate that it will exceed 13.9 billion euros, 8% more than in 2015 and 45% more than […]

Investments in the office real estate market reached one billion euros in the first half of 2016

During the first half of 2016, investments in the office real estate market in Madrid and Barcelona reached 970 million euros. This indicator represents a decline of 27% compared to the same period in 2015, which was due to a decrease in the supply of assets for sale in the market. At the same time, […]

Real estate fund Trajano buys a business park in Madrid

Trajano Iberia, the real estate fund managed by a division of Deutsche Bank, has acquired the “Isla de Manoteras Business Park” in Madrid for 44.3 million euros. Located on Avenida de Manoteras 48, the asset has a leasable area of ​​13,442 m2 and 274 parking spaces. The property is located north of Madrid, in the business […]

New office leasing picks up in Madrid

According to the recently published CBRE report, companies in Europe have signed new leases for office space in 2015 at a faster rate than at any time since the start of the 2008 financial crisis. Madrid, Berlin, Prague and Warsaw are among the cities pushing vacancy levels down.