The Spanish capital is the second favorite European destination for the capital, behind Paris, according to him informe global Investor Intentions 2018, prepared by the consultant CBRE from interviews conducted to 1.000 international investors.

Behind of Paris and Madrid, in the top five European cities to invest in real estate assets are placed Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London.

Logistics assets gain positions and are placed ahead of offices.

Madrid continues to figure in most pools as one of the most attractive cities to invest in real estate. Specific, The Spanish capital is the second favorite European destination for the capital., behind Paris, according to him informe global Investor Intentions 2018, prepared by the consultant CBRE from interviews conducted to 1.000 international investors.

Behind of Paris and Madrid, in the top five European cities to invest in real estate assets are placed Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London.

The consultant highlights the emergence of Frankfurt for the first time in this listing. The German city gains positions as an indirect consequence of Brexit, that has deviated investment expectations in a general context of economic growth and increased investment flows.

A 28% of respondents say they invest in real estate to to diversify, In front of a 19% who opts for this sector for their returns relative to other options like state bonus and other 19% who does it to get a higher return performance.

Regarding obstacles to investment, respondents highlight the asset price as principal inconvenient, followed by his availability and of the competition from other investors.

By typology of assets, the study reflects that, for the first time, the industrial assets (logistic) have been consolidated as preferred by a third of investors international, in front of market of Offices, That remains in second position with a 26,4%. From the consultant they explain that the highest profitability in logistics, along with the rise of electronic commerce, have led to a rebound in the industrial sector.

Logistics and office assets are followed by the segment residential which is preferred by the 21,5% of the participants and that of retail; favorite for a 10% of the participants.

As for the alternative assets, a 70% of respondents say they are investing in this segment. Since CBRE highlight that demographic changes are causing high demand for assets such as student or senior residences.

[Source:Expansion]