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European investment records tumble

European real estate achieved record volumes of investment in 2006. Some €242 billion flowed in, representing a 39% increase on 2005. That increase, of €68 billion, was another record. In 2007, real estate markets are expected to remain strong, and could well grow further.

Euromoney Liquid real estate March 2007 

"Most institutional investors are still underweight in property," says Andrew Jackson, a property investment director at Standard Life. "Though life companies are an exception, there is still a lot of unsatisfied investor demand in real estate markets."

Profits have been excellent. Even as the bond and equity markets strengthened, real estate outperformed them. "People came looking for a safe haven for their money, and stumbled into huge returns," explains Iain Reid, chairman of the Property Derivatives Interest Group, and CEO of Protego Real Estate Investors.

Today, real estate markets continue to grow all over Europe. According to a survey published in February by Jones Lang LaSalle, volumes in Germany rose by 141% to €49.5

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