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2022
04
October
2022
| 16:31 Europe/Amsterdam
Last week, we held CBRE´s very own Inclusion Fest. A week devoted to an open and accessible discussion with colleagues all about equal opportunities and being yourself at work. Recent internal research shows that staff working at CBRE already feel ab...
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26
September
2022
| 11:33 Europe/Amsterdam
The Dutch residential care sector is facing a major dual social challenge: it must significantly raise its game in terms of both capacity and quality levels, while at the same time evolving towards a more sustainable future. CBRE conducted an in-dept...
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14
July
2022
| 11:45 Europe/Amsterdam
For occupiers, indoor air quality has been a concern for some time.  Our recent EMEA Office Occupier Sentiment Survey confirms that it still is with 50% of corporate occupiers highlighting indoor air quality as one of their key criteria in selecting ...
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01
April
2022
| 15:36 Europe/Amsterdam
After a few slower years, a more promising period is now dawning in the retail investment market. Liquidity is increasing, vacancy is declining and retail areas are diversifying. This is all to do with the rapidly changing behaviour of consumers: the...
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22
March
2022
| 11:45 Europe/Amsterdam
The housing problem has never been as acute as it is today and this year’s municipal elections focused on one issue above all others: the housing crisis. In the run-up to the elections in March, much of the debate had been focusing on new regulations...
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2021
27
September
2021
| 13:30 Europe/Amsterdam
When I first thought about it…I thought surely not… Industrial and logistics real estate has historically been a ''grey'' area in terms of sustainability. Known for using up large amounts of land and often hidden away from the view of the public. It ...
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26
August
2021
| 11:56 Europe/Amsterdam
When giving presentations on workplace issues, I sometimes open with Darwin. He said that it is not the smartest or strongest who survive, but those with the best ability to adapt. With hybrid working on the rise, to me that seems a great place to st...
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16
June
2021
| 15:52 Europe/Amsterdam
“We’re now seeing the figures that we need to increase going up and those that need to fall are coming down”. Dutch Health Minister Hugo de Jonge was recently sounding positive about the increase in the number of people vaccinated and the decline in ...
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20
May
2021
| 16:58 Europe/Amsterdam
A fresh look at Dutch city centresInstitutional investors with an allocation to real estate, especially pension funds and insurers, usually invest via sectoral property funds. Yet in today’s society working, living, shopping and recreation merge seam...
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30
April
2021
| 17:39 Europe/Amsterdam
The hotel real estate sector has suffered heavily during the pandemic. Unfortunately, that suffering will continue for a while. Although some real estate sectors and user markets are seeing an end in sight with regard to the crisis, there is still a ...
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17
March
2021
| 17:05 Europe/Amsterdam
There is persistent shortage of houses in the Netherlands, which everyone can agree upon. There’s a reason why it’s a hot debate topic every time elections come around. Houses are being built but not quickly enough; as a result, the housing market is...
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2014
05
November
2014
| 17:03 Europe/Amsterdam
Increasingly, multifamily residential in the Netherlands is appearing on the radar of international investors. This may not be a striking fact in itself, but one should bear in mind that until the end of last year, the Dutch housing market was essent...
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