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The Netherlands MarketBeat

Jos Hesselink • 05/05/2023
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze Netherlands commercial property activity across office, retail and industrial real estate sectors including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels on a quarterly basis.
In recent years the Dutch economy clearly demonstrated it possesses resilience and adaptability. Despite two major crises in three years, the economy has grown by around 5%. The growth figure outperforms other countries. The expected economic recession in the last quarter of 2022 and the first quarter of 2023 has failed to materialize, and growth expectations for next year and the following year are also positive

The investment climate has been characterized by a high degree of volatility in recent years. Last year, investors were confronted with exceptionally fast rising market interest rates, anticipating to future increases in policy rates to be set by central banks to deal with high inflation. Interest rates on the government bond markets also rose rapidly. This also translated into lagging investment dynamics in the first quarter of 2023. The investment volume amounted to a modest EUR 834 mln (-79%) as investors adopted a wait-and-see attitude. Deteriorating financing conditions, uncertainty about the economic outlook and an unknown number of possible rate hikes still in the pipeline, contribute strongly to the current sentiment.

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Current Marketbeats

Rotterdam station area, Netherlands
Netherlands Office Data Q1 2023

Office Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch office property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.


Rotterdam port, Netherlands
Netherlands Industrial Data Q1 2023

Industrial Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch industrial property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.


Foodhallen, Rotterdam
Netherlands Retail Data Q1 2023

Retail Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch retail property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.



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