Real Estate Publishers launches three new Yearbooks at MIPIM 2009 (EUR)

Real Estate Publishers (REP) has launched three new editions of its highly popular Yearbooks at MIPIM 2009 in Cannes: Europe Real Estate 2009 (sixth edition), Holland Real Estate 2009 (10th edition), and Belgium Real Estate 2009 (fourth edition).

MIPIM book launch

Real Estate Publishers launches its three new Yearbooks at MIPIM.

These essential annual guides, available free of charge to attendees at MIPIM, provide a broad overview of the real estate markets, highlighting trends, key projects and locations, and leading market players. With the future affects of the global credit crunch on European real estate still uncertain, readers won't want to miss what the series of expert financial analysts and economists have to say. This year, for the first time, the full content of Europe Real Estate Yearbook 2009 is also available on CD.

The 692-page full-color Europe Real Estate 2009 provides an expansive picture of the real estate markets across Europe, Russia and Turkey. This year's edition examines the drastic development slowdown brought about by the tightening credit markets, interviewing some of the industry's top financial experts. The future of the CMBS market, the European residential and logistics markets, and sustainable architecture, are just some of the many other hot topics. The book also contains listings of major deals throughout Europe over the last 12 months and projects in the pipeline.

HRE 2009

Holland Real Estate 2009.

Published every year since 2000, Holland Real Estate 2009 contains an overview of the real estate markets in the major regions in the Netherlands and looks at key trends in the market. This year's 340-page full-color edition examines how the Netherland's property market is coping with the global credit crunch, and includes a roundtable discussion on the outlook for the Dutch housing market, an up-close look at the growing role of sustainability in real estate, as well as developments in the office and retail markets.

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