Slowly but surely, COVID-19 is changing the shape of the real estate sector across Europe. As transactions incorporate terms made necessary by the immediate crisis, we are on the cusp of seeing risks rebalanced for the longer term. Underlying the shift are two fundamentals, both present to at least some degree in real estate transactions across Germany and the UK.
The impact of coronavirus on real estate in Germany and the UK
Dr Alexander Peinze and Lauren Fendick, partners in Taylor Wessing, based in Germany and the UK respectively , write for EG on the impact of the virus:
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