Halls will not finish yet
Prague, 1st of November 2017
J. Volner estimates that in the next two years there could be at least 350,000 m2 of industrial space in Slovakia. "This will be determined by a number of factors such as labor availability, e-commerce queries in tens of thousands of square meters or the state of the automotive market," says M. Varačka. High increase should also support appetite for investor funds. For example, the Czech investment fund Arete Invest has described industrial property as the most profitable segment. According to the co-founder and a member of an administrative Board Robert Ides, the annual return for residential property ranges from four to 5.5 percent, and logistics and production - six to 7.5 percent. That is why the group advised large purchases in Slovakia.