The CoStar Brexit Survey - Part Two
The property industry has had close to 10 months now to digest and respond to the UK electorate’s momentous decision to “Brexit” the EU. Recent data points to a general recovery from the immediate fall off in transactions and pricing that the vote prompted, while a range of themes and strategies, both defensive and opportunistic, is emerging. It’s a good time then for CoStar to test the market with an updated “CoStar Commercial Property Brexit Survey”. Please click through to take part.
To be published in tandem with CoStar’s Q1 Investment Report in May the Survey aims to shed further light on emerging attitudes towards Brexit and its impact on commercial property, particularly now that Article 50 has been triggered. By surveying CoStar News readers the aim is to compile the most comprehensive response possible from a broad church of disciplines working in real estate.
The survey is also intended to be compared with CoStar’s first Brexit Survey, which was carried out in the immediate aftermath of the vote on 23 June.
Thanks also to CREFC Europe, the trade body for property finance, which has provided one of the questions.