Almost 10 billion euros invested in real estate assets in CEE last year

The volume invested in real estate assets in Romania, Poland and Slovakia increased in 2021, while the Czech and Hungarian markets witnessed a downturn when compared with 2020.

At regional level, the total transacted volume reached 9.98 billion euros, a 4.3% decrease compared with the previous year, says Cushman & Wakefield Echinox.

The Polish market registred a growth of 8.3%, while the transacted volume in Slovakia was 54.2% higher in 2021 than in the previous year.

On the other hand, Czechia registered a 36% drop in transactions pertaining to income-producing assets, while the volume in Hungary declined by 18.2%.

In Romania, 54 transactions with real estate assets were completed last year, twice more such transactions in comparison with 2020.

Total investment volume in Romania reached 916 million euros, up 0.2%.

CountryTransactional Volume 2021 (mil. EUR)Transactional volume 2020 (mil. EUR)
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