The growth of real estate funds, also in Italy

The growth of real estate funds, also in Italy

The growth of real estate funds is a global phenomenon that also involves Italy: according to the 31st report prepared by Scenari Immobiliari relating to real estate funds in Italy and abroad, the growth in turnover is widespread, with the exception of the United Kingdom, which is struggling with the after-effects of Brexit. For Europe, considering the major countries (France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, Holland, Spain and Switzerland), the growth forecast for the end of 2017 is around 8%, with an estimated capital of over 550 million euros.

For Italy the real estate funds are 407 and they are all in excellent health

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After the growth of the real estate market following the period of deep crisis. The growth of the managed brick, for our country, has a Nav (acronym of net asset value ) estimated at over 50 billion , and records an increase of 4.2% compared to 2016, with a stock higher than that held by the national insurance, pension and banking system.

Global data shows that the real estate sector is in clear recovery, as is the rise in prices in the residential sector, although there are still evident differences in relation to the various geographical areas. The increase in sales is widespread in all countries, especially in Italy, which recorded the highest increase after a period of stagnation.

The residential real estate sector is growing in many markets

With a general increase in sales, driven almost everywhere by the positive trend of used cars, which represents over two thirds of the exchanges. Interest in the sector as asset class is also growing, especially by American institutional investors, who have invested about half of the global figure in the last two years, six billion dollars, in the United Kingdom, and have recently increased their share of purchases in continental Europe.

The price trend is on the increase

The price trend is on the increase

In most of the squares and some European countries, Romania, Germany and Sweden, are among the first in the world ranking for annual increase. 2017 represents the turning point for Italy, although not in all territories. London showed a negative performance, with declines in prices ranging between 3 and 9% and prospects remain uncertain ».