According to ING, high interest rates and soaring building costs have drastically reduced the demand for new buildings in Europe.
Based on Knight Frank's latest Prime Global Cities Index (PGCI), which tracks prices in 46 leading prime markets worldwide, fell by 0.4% in the 12 months to the end of March 2023. This marks a sharp reversal from a peak of 10.1% growth in the fourth quarter of 2021.
According to HVS' latest annual European Hotel Transaction Report, hotel transactions for 2022 totaled €13.3bn ($14.4bn USD), an 18% fall on the previous year as the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, rising energy and food costs and high interest rates hit investor confidence.
According to the annual European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI) published this week by global hotel consultancy HVS, hotel values across Europe rose around 3% in 2022 with Paris, London, Zurich, Amsterdam and Rome remaining those with the highest valued hotels.
According to a new report by HousingAnywhere, an abnormally high increase of US residents searching for housing in Europe occured immediately after the US supreme court ruling of the abortion ban.