Raising capital from corporate real estate
Sales of real estate by corporates and owner-occupiers in EMEA raised €25.6 billion in 2022 as disposals of owned properties remain an attractive and viable route to raising capital.
- Nick Compton
- Michael Evans
- Owen King
- Victoria Shreeves
Corporate disposals of owned real estate in EMEA raised €25.6 billion across more than 700 transactions in 2022, 9% ahead of the 10-year average. This report provides a breakdown of disposals by asset types and geographies, as well as a high-level review of the context for this activity.
Occupiers are facing a confluence of challenging headwinds, including slowing growth, rising costs and supply chain disruption. These challenges all have a direct impact on property requirements and the development of real estate strategies. Our analysis shows that the sale and leaseback of owned properties remain an attractive and viable route to raising capital, providing both considerable operational flexibility as well as an exit route for surplus assets.
To learn more about the most attractive markets and sectors for corporate disposals, and how investors and occupiers are collaborating to create opportunities as investor appetite for stable income-generating real estate grows, download the report below.