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Silverline's overview of Czech Qualified Investor Funds focused on real estate
"For wide range of investors, from individuals to institutional investors, real estate is one of the most popular asset classes. At first glance, real estate can be considered a conservative investment with a moderate expected return. Yet, one can find different investment strategies with significant differences in risk and return profiles."
Dan Vasko prepared an overview of Czech Qualified Investor Funds focused on real estate.
Read more HERE
New partners of Silverline
Silverline agreed on cooperation with major institutions of the Czech financial market:
- CONSEQ: the largest securities trader in the Czech Republic
- Broker Trust: the largest broker pool with more than 3,000 advisors and EUR 1.5+ bn of clients’ assets under management
- holver: one of the leading Czech broker pools with 20 years of market history and over 200 active brokers
Silverline Real Estate in media: Aktuálně.cz
For Aktuálně.cz, we shared our view on investments in apartments in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Read why Slovakia now offers better prospects for investment apartments than the Czech Republic.
Full article HERE
Studies and articles
Regional Czech cities lack over 80 thousands flats: development of individual cities and what awaits us next
Crisis of housing in the Czech Republic is escalating: over the last 10 years, a supply deficit of around 80,000 flats has emerged in Czech regional cities. Main share of the deficit comes from Prague with 44 thousand flats, however the pace of construction has not kept up with demand in any of the Czech regional cities. Residents are settling more in the vicinity of regional cities, which causes additional problems for transport and civic amenities.
Read more in our study (Czech only):Download file
Overvaluation of properties in the Czech Republic - what awaits us in real estate?
We summarized key issues of Czech real estate market from an investor's perspective - why are properties expensive in the Czech Republic, how does the country compare to rest of Europe, and what we can expect in the coming months and years. Taking into account key market factors, we forecast 15-20% reduction in property overvaluation in the coming years, trend that already started in Q2 2022. Reduction in property overvaluation can materialize through 3 scenarios described in the study, which will lead to 0-10% reduction in nominal property prices.
Read more in our study:Download file