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Articles - real estate

Domestic investors to be the most active players in the Hungarian real estate markets

According to CBRE Investment Breakfast Intentions Survey the vast majority of investors expect more than EUR 1 billion of investments in the Hungarian commercial real estate markets in 2016. Participants at CBRE Investment Breakfast hold on 5th Aprils 2016 were much more confident that in 2016 the Hungarian investment volume will increase further than they were last year.

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M&G provides €64m funding for Coventry warehouse development

UK institutional investor M&G Real Estate is committing £50.5 mln (almost €64 mln) to the speculative development of a logistics hub in the central English city of Coventry.

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More evidence of London's insane property market

British Land, one of Europe's biggest listed property companies, reported full-year results today and the key takeaway is this: London property prices are still going crazy.

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UK benefits from $429bn global boom in real estate investment

Money is flooding into global real estate with new capital targeting the commercial sector reaching a record $429bn (£287bn) in 2015, according to a DTZ report.

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Quarter of UK lettings agents report higher rents in first month of 2015

One in four letting agents in the UK have seen private sector rents rise at the beginning of 2015, according to the first of a new monthly report from the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).

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The importance of business ethics in large real estate firms in the United Kingdom

Ethics is a system of moral principles where there is a distinction between acting in a good way or in a wrong way. In 1943, French writer Somerset Maugham stated that people accept the importance of the virtues of integrity and self-sacrifice, but that this meant nothing compared powerful incentive of self-interest. In contrast to what he referred as ‘correct virtues become habits’, a great part of real estate business nowadays operate in the exact opposite way. A great deal of real estate agents act with the wrong ethical principles. Real estate is a business which involves a series of vague regulations and laws considering the matter of business ethics. There has been an increase of reports of ethical financial misconduct regarding real estate offices in the United Kingdom. To manage the code of conduct in different firms it is of great importance that the regulations are unambiguous and clear in order to avoid doubt and uncertainty. The fact that there is still a misinterpretation of the ethical regulations inhibits real estate firms from implanting the right code of conduct to surveyors and delays the growth of the real estate market in the United Kingdom.

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Central London Office market report - January 2015

Market conditions are now firmly in the landlords' favour. High levels of take-up and constrained development activity over recent years have seen vacancy rates drop dramatically from their 2009 peaks.

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