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Portuguese Real Estate Investment Survey

Quarterly insights from Deloitte

The Portuguese Real Estate Investment Survey contemplates an analysis in the light of a panel of participants who work daily in the real estate industry, highlighting the main trends and obstacles that directly affect the growth of the national sector.

2018

1st edition
Hotels boost real estate secto

  • Overall, respondents aim to focus in an investment strategy (77%)
  • Value added investments (39%) are perceived as the preferred investment strategy
  • Banks (85%) stand out as the main business feeder of real estate acquisitions
  • Regarding divestment strategy, respondents are more keen in selling “Core” assets (38%)
  • Funds of funds (62%) are identified as the main real estate buyers in Portugal
  • There is a perception of an increase in the volume and sales price for hotels, residential, and industrial sectors, and a greater stability of profitability rates

2017

4th edition
A turnaround for Portuguese real estate

  • Overall, respondents aim to focus in investment or portfolio management strategies (36% each)
  • Value added investments (44%) are perceived as the preferred investment strategy
  • Banks (50%) stand out as the main business feeders of real estate acquisitions
  • Regarding divestment strategy, respondents are more keen in selling “Core” assets (50%)
  • Sovereign Funds (50%) are identified as the main real estate buyers in Portugal
  • There is a perception of an increase in the volume and sales price for residential, retail/ services and hotel sectors, and a greater stability of profitability rates

 

Get to know the article On the rise featured in our REflexions magazine, which covers the main conclusions from the 4th edition of the Portuguese Real Estate Investment Survey.

3rd edition
A positive outlook for Portuguese real estate

  • Overall, respondents intend to wager in an investment strategies (44%)
  • Value added investments (69%) are perceived as the preferred investment strategy
  • Banks and Sovereign funds (38% each) stand out as the main business feeders of real estate acquisitions
  • Regarding divestment strategy, respondents are more keen in selling “Core” assets (50%)
  • Funds of funds (50%) and Insurance Companies (43%) are identified as the main real estate buyers in Portugal
  • An increase in the volume and sales price for residential, retail/services and hotel sectors, and a greater profitability stability of rate, is perceived.

2nd edition
Core assets take over investment strategy

  • Overall, respondents aim to focus in a portfolio management strategy in opposition to the investment and divestment strategies
  • Core investments (41%) are perceived as the preferred investment strategy by respondents, with a more optimistic fundraising perception when it comes to finance acquisitions
  • Banks (41%) stand out as the main business feeder of real estate acquisitions, as capital will mainly arise from Europe (73%)
  • Regarding divestment strategy, respondents are more keen in selling “Core” assets (41%). Investor attraction perception remains stable regarding assets acquisition
  • Funds of funds (36%) and pension funds (27%) are identified as the main real estate buyers in Portugal. Capital mainly arises from Europe (77%)
  • Regarding to the Portuguese real estate market, there is a perception of an increase in the volume, sales price and profitability rates for residential, retail/ services and hotels sectors.

1st edition
Price increase hits profitability

  • Overall, respondents aim to focus in a portfolio management strategy (38%)
  • Value Added investments (62%) are perceived as the preferred investment strategy by respondents
  • Funds of funds and banks (both with 52%) stand out as the main business feeders of real estate acquisitions
  • Regarding divestment strategy, respondents are more keen in selling “Value Added” assets (52%)
  • Funds of funds (52%) are identified as the main real estate buyers in Portugal.
  • Regarding to the Portuguese real estate market, there is a perception of an increase in the volume, sales price and profitability rates for residential, retail/ services and hotels sectors
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