28 October 2021

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After setback, investors are looking for opportunities

In our newest outlook, we set out the trends and developments impacting the Dutch real estate market in the period through to 2024. With the economic recovery that started in 2021, society seems to be emerging from the Covid-19 crisis in relatively good shape. At the same time, the crisis has triggered a number of structural changes in the real estate market. Meanwhile, the increasing urgency of climate change and the need for greater sustainability will have a major impact on all real estate sectors. In relative terms, however, real estate markets remain an interesting investment category, in terms of yield spread, the expected stability of income streams and the societal impact real estate can have.

Before we make an investment, we carry out extensive research because we believe stable returns require well-considered decisions. Bouwinvest has its own professional research department with a great deal of expertise and know-how in the Dutch and international real estate markets. Our specialists closely monitor local and global trends in the pension and real estate sectors, carry out their own far-reaching research, and conduct extensive data analyses at both macro and micro levels. In this report we share the results of these analyses on the Dutch market.