It has been 15 years since the Czech Republic joined the EU. Savills Czech Republic has been mapping the dramatic transformation, follow the timeline infographic highlighting the key milestones in economics and industrial, investment, office, retail and e-commerce market happening over the last 15 years in the Czech Republic.
Jsme hrdí na náše výsledky v oblasti průzkumu trhu. Naše specializované týmy nabízejí přehled o aktuálních trendech trhu a předpovědí pro budoucnost, které vám budou vodítkem pro to nejsprávnější rozhodnutí ohledně vaší nemovitosti.
"In Q2 2019, developer-led modern industrial stock in the Czech Republic grew by 124,880 sq m and thanks to these new deliveries the total industrial inventory exceeded the 8 million mark, reaching 8.09 million sq m. "
"It has been 15 years since the Czech Republic joined the EU. Savills Czech Republic has been mapping the dramatic transformation, follow the timeline infographic highlighting the key milestones in economics and industrial, investment, office, retail and e-commerce market happening over the last 15 years in the Czech Republic. "
"Over the coming quarters we expect that the low vacancy in prime locations will continue to push rents up, while secondary and tertiary locations will attract the demand sensitive to savings. The e-commerce sector has been growing mainly in Central Bohemia and South Moravia, though other populated regions such as Northern Moravia and Eastern Bohemia will still to experience growth of this sector. The automotive sector remains strong in all major industrial centres."
"Q4 2018 was the strongest quarter of the year in terms of gross leasing activity. Transactions totalling 155,300 sq m were signed in the final quarter of the year, bringing the total annual gross take-up to 513,700 sq m."
"Restrained speculative supply will keep the vacancy rate low and below market equilibrium, the power therefore staying in the hands of landlords. Demand for industrial space in the country is expected to remain stable or possibly dwindle amid anticipated economic slowdown."
"Prague is the most expensive housing market in the Czech republic. With more than 115,000 students studying in the city and their groeing demands, we examined the state of the capital's student housing market. The lack of modern higher quality purpose built student accommodation is already drawing private sector investment."
"The popularity of the city's coworking office market, which only began about 9 years ago, is on the rise and attracting international operators sich as Business Link or WeWork."
"Gross take-up in Prague reached 128,700 sqm in Q3 2018. The quarterly demand was primarily led by occupiers from the IT sector followed by media and advertising companies. The Q3 2018 net-take up, including new leases, expansions and pre-leases, amounted to 83,600 sqm showing an 11% increase y-o-y."
"Modern industrial stock in the Czech Republic amounted to 7.37 million sqm with 315,200 sqm of vacant premises ready for immediate occupation with demand driven by automotive production, logistics services and e-commerce."