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In this report

Central and eastern Europe’s property market has been hit by a wall of capital that has surged out of the US, Asia and western Europe

Flood of cash flows beyond Warsaw

Illustration for Central and Eastern Europe Property April 2015 special report by James Fryer
©James Fryer

Second-tier cities and other countries are benefiting from global funds looking for yield

Eiffel Palace

Budapest appeals at home and abroad

City centre office and residential real estate is behind the recovery and rising prices

the towers of the Moscow International Business Center (Moscow-City)
©Bloomberg/Andrey Rudakov

Oil price fall and sanctions affect Russian property market

Both commercial and residential sectors are struggling

Capgemini’s Krakow office

Outsourcing boom boosts Poland’s office construction

The business services industry is expected to employ almost 200,000 people in 2017

properties in the Latvian seaside resort of Jūrmala
©Nathaniel Noir/Alamy

Russian buyers have deserted Latvia’s market

The weakening rouble has cut demand sharply

David Mitzner

David Mitzner, a visionary surrounded by miracles

The father of the central and eastern European property industry turns 100

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