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Market research carried out in a timely and proper way is, together with a subsequent analysis, considered to be essential for a successful decision making not only on the real estate market. Our Market Research Department provides recommendations and consulting for a wide array of clients, including developers, investors and individual interested persons.

Market research, analyses and consulting cover all the sectors of the market – both commercial properties and residential ones. Our clients get regular information about the latest trends on the Czech real estate market, based on analytic data gathered from both internal and external sources. Analytic projects can be adapted to the needs of a concrete client and focused on specific localities, properties etc. so that the project would fully meet the client´s requirements.

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07.06.2018 Czech Investment Market 2018 Q1

Volume of sales in 2018 Q1 reached ca. € 397 million. Commercial real estate investment recorded in Q1 represented 12 % of the total transaction volume noted in 2017.

29.05.2018 Prague Office Market - Report 2018 Q1

Around 38,200 m2 of new office space was brought onto the Prague‘s commercial property market in the first quarter of 2018. Prague‘s office vacancy remained low standing at only 6.4 %.

06.04.2018 Prague residential market 2017

Number of issued building permits fell below the 5,000 threshold in 2017. A slight increase y-o-y was recorded in number of newly started apartment constructions. Apartment asking price index was further rising throughout the year 2017.

21.03.2018 Czech Investment Market 2017

The investment volume registered in the last quarter of 2017 experienced q-o-q increase of 58 % reaching around €710 million. Retail market was the most active sector in 2017 followed by office and industrial segments.

02.03.2018 Prague office market 2017

Prague saw around 135,000 m2 completed in 2017. Office construction sector recovered y-o-y registering more than 304,000 m2 of office space under construction. The Prague‘s average office vacancy further decreased in Q4, the figure was at its lowest rate for 10 years.