May 27, 2024

European Real Estate's Decade-Long Party Is Coming to an End – Bloomberg

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Deutsche Bank AG’s gleaming new London headquarters was a sought-after asset in February, attracting bids of close to £1 billion ($1.1 billion), but then came Russia’s war in Ukraine.
The invasion caused energy and food prices to skyrocket, prompting central banks to unleash their most aggressive round of monetary tightening this century and threatening the foundations of Europe’s decade-long real estate boom. With a funding gap looming, landlords could turn into distressed sellers.


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