14 November 2021
In anticipation of the launch of a new real estate equity crowdfunding campaign, we take stock of market conditions?
If in 2020 the real estate sector stood out for the resilience demonstrated, 2021 will see the main European real estate markets not only rise but end the year on a positive note. This trend looks to be the start of a new cycle that will see an increase in transacted volumes and prices, across Europe.
Even in our beautiful country, the climate is decidedly optimistic among operators in the sector, who are reporting an increase in the willingness to purchase and invest on the part of end users and investors.
Leading the recovery are the main metropolitan cities, Rome, Turin, Florence and Bologna , which are seeing an increase in the number of properties purchased and sales prices.
Milan, compared to other Italian cities, deserves a special mention because it has been attracting great interest and investment for several years, proving to be the most attractive city in Italy for the real estate sector and managing to create a market with its own laws compared to the rest of Italy, closer to the big European capitals.
Compared to cities such as London or Paris, Milan still has an important margin for growth in the real estate market, so much so that it has attracted the interest of institutional investors who are redesigning the city.
Logistics and residential are the most popular destinations. The former thanks to the boom in e-commerce favoured by the long periods of closure linked to COVID 19, the latter has proved to be the most resilient asset class on the market as the lockdown has highlighted how much our quality of life is linked to the spaces we live in.
The residential real estate market in the city of Milan represents a real investment, with returns tending to rise asprices rise, which looks set to continue.
An old real estate saying goes "location, location, location!": the first element to take into consideration when evaluating a real estate investment is the location of the property.
Milan has values that exceed 6,000 € / sqm for the first areas , reaching 13,000-15,000 € / sqm for the historic center. In addition, there are entire neighborhoods less central that are experiencing an important regeneration and see a sustained growth in prices.
In addition to the location it is certainly important to evaluate the quality of the property. New constructions, renovation projects and urban regeneration projects make it possible to have homes with high standards of energy efficiency, integration with home automation and the highest quality of living, significantly increasing the value of the investment and the possible economic return for an investor.
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