PwC-Immospektive is aimed at all players in the Swiss real estate market and provides an incisive overview of current market activity.

In addition to clear presentation and interpretation of the latest figures from research and consultancy company Fahrländer Partner, the publication also shows the influence of economic data on various segments and real estate submarkets. Each issue also takes a closer look at current market developments and sector trends. PwC-Immospektive is published quarterly – at the same time as the meta-analysis by Fahrländer Partner.

Interpretation of the FPRE real estate meta analysis for February 2021

19 February 2021

At the start of the year, the mood in the Swiss economy deteriorated further, but the outlook for 2021 remains mostly positive. Real estate as an asset class is still attractive in the low interest rate environment and yield requirements have fallen again in many sub-markets. After a year of weak sales in 2020, the construction sector is expecting further declines and for this reason is slowing down the increase in the supply of space. Residential rents and prices for residential investment properties are trending upwards. However, office rents are down on the previous year, with central locations likely to become even more attractive compared with peripheral locations as a result of the pandemic. There is still considerable demand in 2021 for logistics properties and owner-occupied homes. 

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