DIWG publishes "Trend Report Food Discounters 2020“ Great stability and comparatively high returns lead to high popularity with investors Discounters are becoming full-range suppliers: shop design, fresh produce and branded goods are gaining in importance Discounters lose sales shares to full-range suppliers in lockdown Average sales area continues to grow, sales productivity increases Rents [...]
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DIWG veröffentlicht “Trendreport Lebensmitteldiscounter 2020” Große Stabilität und vergleichsweise hohe Renditen führen zu hoher Beliebtheit bei Investoren Discounter werden zu Vollsortimentern: Ladengestaltung, Frischeprodukte sowie Markenartikel gewinnen an Bedeutung Discounter verlieren im Lockdown Umsatzanteile an Vollsortimenter Durchschnittliche Verkaufsfläche wächst weiter, Flächenproduktivität steigt Regionen differenzieren sich bei Mietpreisen immer mehr aus Düsseldorf, 1. Dezember 2020 [...]
DIWG publishes “Trend Report Food Discounters 2020” In times of historically low interest rates, real estate is still very important as an alternative form of investment. Although the returns on real estate investments have now reached a new low, they are still significantly higher than those on classic [...]
DIWG valuation expands its valuation team Düsseldorf, 30 April 2020 - DIWG Valuation has been able to win over Mehmet Ali Korkmaz MRICS (45), a proven expert in the field of property valuation. Korkmaz has been responsible for property valuation in the banking sector for many years and most recently headed the valuation department [...]
DIWG Capital acquires local shopping centre in Herrenberg Düsseldorf, 23 January 2020 - DIWG Capital and a US Family Office have closed the deal shortly before Christmas as part of another joint venture. The property in Herrenberg, Baden-Württemberg, comprises around 10,000 square metres of lettable space in the retail (8,700 square metres), office [...]
Gastronomes and organic shops are pushing into the city IZ (Immobilien Zeitung) dated 08.08.2019 The wave of closures in fashion retailing continues. In addition to the discounters, the vacant space in the city centres is being taken over primarily by restaurants and organic supermarkets. These, however, are more stingy when it comes to [...]
DIWG publishes "Trend Report Food Retail 2019" Further increase in total sales area with a declining number of sales outlets Rents show sideways movement Demand for retail investments unbroken Organic supermarkets on growth course Innovations only partially successful Düsseldorf, 28 June 2019 - In 2018, German food retailing was again characterised by a [...]
Rental price increase in 2018 stronger than in previous years Demand for logistics properties will remain stable at a high level due to the continued growth of online trading. Smaller logistics properties in more central locations will gain in importance. However, this in no way makes the "classic" goods distribution centres in the [...]