Which cities attract the most real estate
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Investment Intensity Index
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Investment Intensity Index: which cities attract the most real estate investment relative to their size in Q1?

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JLL’s Investment Intensity Index measures real estate investment volumes relative to the city’s economic size and provides a useful barometer of a city’s health and real estate liquidity. Read more: http://linkd.in/Wi1rws

Want to learn more about cities and real estate? Please visit http://www.jll.com/cities-research

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Investment Intensity Index: which cities attract the most real estate investment relative to their size in Q1?

  1. 1. Which cities attract the most real estate investment relative to their size? Top 20 Investment Intensity Index LONDON OSLO MUNICH STOCKHOLM COPENHAGEN WARSAW SYDNEY FRANKFURT DÜSSELDORF GOTHENBURG PARIS SINGAPORE EDINBURGH ZURICH HONG KONG TORONTO DUBLIN NEW YORK TOKYO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 25 65 COPYRIGHT © JONES LANG LASALLE IP, INC. 2014 AMSTERDAM BRISBANE AUSTIN 18 19 20 Illustrative city characteristics LONDON - World’s most liquid and transparent real estate market, accounts for 15% of global cross-border investment OSLO - Active investment market dominated by domestic institutions MUNICH, STOCKHOLM, COPENHAGEN – tech-rich cities with high quality of life WARSAW - considered a ‘core’ market by many investors SINGAPORE and HONG KONG are by far the most liquid real estate markets in Asia AUSTIN – top ranking US city with highly dynamic tech sector TORONTO is a strong favourite with domestic and international investors TOKYO - the world’s largest real estate market, with relatively low levels of cross-border trade and levels of transparency below most mature cities Want to learn more about cities and real estate? Visit our website: www.jll.com/cities-research

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