• The search for yields in a more global market and in a prolonged low-interest-rate environment will continue to boost property market in Italy in 2018 as well.
• Global capital, which has led the transaction recovery from the lowest point of its cycle to today, will continue to provide a strong driver for Italian property investments.
• In 2018 new investors will join the market, thus helping keep the investment demand high.
• Milan proves to be the Italian market with the most liquidity, with 4.2 billion Euro invested in 2017, more than 40% higher than the 2016 volume, and in 2018 as well the activity will keep being very dynamic;
• The further reduction of the product in which to invest on Milan market, has prompted investors to move toward other markets, in particular the Roman one where a significant growth is expected in 2018.
• Among asset classes, 2017 was a record-breaking year for sectors once considered niche-markets such as hotels and logistics. Throughout 2018 this trend will keep rising.