The Italian market will probably close 2018 with around 75% of the foreign capital invested in the real estate sector, exceeding 70% achieved in 2017.
Last year real estate investments marked the milestone of 11 billion euros. Large investors carefully look at offices and residences in Milan and Rome.
In fact, the new strategy of large investors does not look to the countries but to the cities, connected to each other and always in competition in order to attract capital.
Returning to the data, in Italy, the volumes of investments fell by 23% in the first half of 2018: 3.7 billion euro the total. Of these, the office sector has raised 1.3 billion euros, recording a 30% drop, while retail (+ 31%) is growing at 1.5 billion euros.
Finally, in the short term, transactions with Asian capital could end on the Italian market.
Source: Patrimonio Pubblico Italia