Ungated Post | 10 Jul 2021

Impact of the COVID-19 crisis on European listed real estate

Oxford Economics in collaboration with the EPRA have launched two reports analysing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on European listed real estate.

The first report was published just weeks after the World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a ‘pandemic’ at a time that was especially uncertain, with investors struggling to understand the fallout from the crisis. The report examined the outlook for European listed real estate across alternative paths for the economic recovery from the crisis. We also examined the potential for lasting changes to how people live and work, drawing implications for real-estate performance over a longer timeframe.

Although we have now entered a period of greater optimism with the global economy rebounding strongly, the recovery is proving uneven across geographies and sectors, with implications for listed real estate investors. Our latest report revisits and updates our analysis of the crisis, examining recent trends in European listed real estate and implications of the economic and sectoral outlook for future performance.

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