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The Netherlands MarketBeat

Jos Hesselink • 08/02/2022
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyse quarterly Netherlands commercial property activity across office, retail and industrial real estate sectors including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Although the corona virus (COVID-19) is still making headlines after almost two years being present in society, the omicron mutation has transformed the nature of the pandemic into an endemic situation meaning the corona virus will no longer disappear completely, but is to remain with us in a milder, perhaps seasonal form equal to the common flu. Economy and society are therefore facing a new post-corona era that seems to be defined by strong economic recovery growth and acute shortages of personnel in almost all sectors.

The kick-start recovery of the global economy is causing market disruptions that are currently being translated into high prices for raw materials, energy, fuels and food products. Ultimately this could lead to rising wage costs and subsequent risk of inflation, given the current labour shortage.

At the social level, a certain degree of polarization in society has become apparent between the vast majority of the Dutch population who are vaccinated and boosted, and an unvaccinated segment that opposes to the restrictions and obligations that are still in force. In order to emerge as a society from the corona time unscathed, this requires specific measures to promote social cohesion in addition to active economic policies.

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Current Marketbeats

Rotterdam station area, Netherlands
The Netherlands Office Data

Office Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch office property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.

Netherlands Marketbeat Office Q4 2021

Rotterdam port, Netherlands
The Netherlands Industrial Data

Industrial Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch industrial property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.

Netherlands Marketbeat Industrial & Logistics Q4 2021

Foodhallen, Rotterdam
The Netherlands Retail Data

Retail Marketbeat is a summary of the Dutch retail property sector providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis.

Netherlands Marketbeat Retail Q4 2021

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