The investment intended for real estate has achieved a total of 3.400 millions of euros in the third quarter of the year, what a 15 % plus with respect to the same period of the previous year, according Cushman & Wakefield.

Regarding the first and second trimester, investment has increased 49% (2.300 and 2.500 millions of euros).

In the words of Ramiro Rodríguez, director asociado de Cushman & Wakefield, this growth has to do with investors and international funds they see a favorable environment and attractive opportunities in the country's real estate sector.

In so far this year, between january and september, investment is in the 8.200 millions of euros, algo por debajo del año anterior que registró un total de 10.500 millions of euros.

Acquisitions continue to be led by international funds, with special mention to the South African fund He is awake, who got several shopping malls in the third quarter for 489 millions of euros, with what would already be invested near 1.000 millions euros in Spain.

On the other hand, the assets plus attractive for the investment are still the segments of residential, retail and Offices, The latter standing out for its growth in a 8,1% in relation to the same period of 2017, reaching the 1.117 millions of euros.

[Source: Europa Press]