Industrial building boom pulled up industrial fund yields
Praha/Bratislava, 13th of March 2023
As a result of the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, industrial and logistics real estate is now perceived as a critical infrastructure of the state. In addition, thanks to high demand and low vacancies of around 1%, this segment of the real estate market can maintain its value even in times of crisis.
"At the same time, there is a lot of potential for growth. Due to the energy crisis, lessors are forced to look for cost savings and focus on sustainability and energy efficiency in properties. Older industrial parks are being renovated and modernized," says Lubor Svoboda, co-founder of ARETE.
Thanks to their resistance to crises, industrial real estate can thus play a stabilizing role in an investment portfolio and become a suitable complement to shares or bonds. This is why we invest in stable industrial real estate in Central Europe in our ARETE INDUSTRIAL fund. Over the years, we have built up a broad portfolio of premium tenants and industrial properties, which we continue to expand through acquisitions and our own development.
Read more in the unlocked text from the Slovak TREND.sk, of which we were an associate partner.