New analysis of data into commercial investment

Extensive commercial property databases are to be mined for new, collaborative bi-annual analysis of Ireland’s commercial investment market.

The first joint CBRE/Allsop Ireland report launched today, crunches data across a spectrum of income-producing transactions: it will look at investment trends and transactions in the first half of 2016 combining Allsop’s transactions, with CBRE research.

Up to now, excluding leases, commercial market data release is limited, bar gleaning from sources like stamp duty receipts.

“Investors therefore have to make investment decisions and underwrite transactions based on a myriad of different data sources, all of which are collated using different assumptions,” says CBRE/Allsop Ireland.

They claim that their half-year reports “will provide a unique perspective on liquidity and buyer profiles in different regional locations, sectors and price brackets”, adding that “it will greatly assist investors, lenders and sellers.”


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