Impact of the COVID-19 crisis on European listed real estate
Oxford Economics in collaboration with the EPRA have launched a report analysing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on European listed real estate.
After a period of panic-selling in equity markets, prices for European listed real estate companies have picked up sharply from their March lows. But volatility remains elevated and renewed selling pressure remains a threat as the full extent of the economic damage from the COVID-19 crisis and the resulting impact on property markets becomes apparent.
Published in collaboration with the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA), this report examines the outlook for European listed real estate across alternative paths for the economic recovery from the crisis. We also examine the potential for lasting changes to how people live and work, drawing implications for real-estate performance over a longer timeframe.
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