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Outlook for the Real Estate Investment Market in the Nordics

The 4th of June, Croisette Real Estate Partner, together with Real Asset Media Investment Briefings and Business Arena, arranged European Outlook Nordic Investment Briefing in Stockholm.

The event focuses on the Nordics with a description of the macroeconomic situation, the debt and investment markets as well as giving an outlook of the development of yields, rents and different real estate segments going forward.

Watch the seminar below. 

Fredrik Dackheden, Head of Transactions at Croisette Real Estate Partner, on the Outlook for the Real Estate Investment Market in the Nordics. Filmed at the Investment Briefings Nordic Outlook Event by Real Asset Media. 

 

Interviews

Fredrik Dackheden, Head of Transactions, Croisette Real Estate Partner, tells Real Estate Day that international investors are very active in Denmark and especially in Finland, while in Sweden and Norway domestic capital still dominates the market.

 

Fredrik Dackheden, Head of Transactions, Croisette Real Estate Partner, tells Real Estate Day that most investors have easy access to capital, a lot more bonds and preference shares are being issued and debt portfolios are being diversified within the real estate segment.

 

 

Fredrik Dackheden, Head of Transactions, Croisette Real Estate Partner, tells Real Estate Day that you have the entire investor spectrum in the Greater Copenhagen Region, with institutional and international investors primarily active on the Danish side while private and listed property companies are more active on the Swedish side.

 

Fredrik Dackheden, Head of Transactions, Croisette Real Estate Partner, tells Real Estate Day that yields are levelling out across most segments even though there is still rental growth in the prime office markets, especially in Stockholm and Helsinki.

 

Olle Håkanson Nobel, Partner, Transactions, Croisette Real Estate Partner, tells Real Estate Day that significant rental growth has now come to the light industrial sector, a sector that used to be quite neglected but now demand is high because space is limited as in Stockholm a lot of the industrial areas are being converted into mixed-use, residential and office areas.

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