Polish real estate market most transparent in CEE - report
June 30, 2014
Transparency Index 2014 and is ranked higher than Spain, Norway, Austria and Italy, according to the recent release of JLL and LaSalle Investment Management’s biennial Global Real Estate Transparency report.
Global Real Estate Transparency Index 2014 shows that CEE countries significantly improved their position in the ranking. Among key findings from the 2014 report are: Central and Eastern Europe is driving improvements on the continent. Among the top improvers in 2014 are Romania and Serbia, while Poland remains the most transparent market in the region (ranked 17 out 102 countries included in the analysis), followed by the Czech Republic and Hungary, who maintained good performance in the real estate market transparency.
The 2014 Global Real Estate Transparency Index calculates transparency in 102 countries by weighting 115 factors, including: access to data, performance measurement and governance of listed vehicles. The index provides investors and corporate occupiers with data and analysis critical to transacting, owning and operating in global markets. It also assists governments and other industry organizations interested in improving transparency.