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 Q1/20

21 February 2020
Trade policy tensions are depressing the global economy and Swiss exporters need to learn how to deal with the sustained strength of the Swiss franc. Consequently, the outlook for 2020 remains moderate. On the positive side, low inflation is propping up domestic purchasing power and the low interest environment looks set to persist for the time being. These conditions will favour the owner-occupied housing market in particular, while returns in the rental apartment segment will come under increasing pressure. Office properties are benefiting from the tailwind of robust employment figures, and the problematic retail sector is reporting stable sales on the back of stronger purchasing power.

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