Foreign investors snub Nordic real estate markets

Nordic cities have drifted out of the focus of investors in European real estate this year, according to a wide-scale poll. The report puts this dwindling popularity down to market trends, but says commercial properties are still auspicious.

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It seems the Nordic real estate market is not as attractive for foreign investors as it used to be, according to an annual report carried out by PWC and Urban land, Emerging Trends in Real Estate, based on interviews with a large number of investors.

Having been top of the list last year, Copenhagen has tumbled to number 13 of 31 European cities on the list of investor preferences in the European real estate market.

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