FT Property: Europe

Europe’s commercial property market has enjoyed a good run over the past few years. Yet analysts and investors agree sentiment has become more fragile — and the UK appears to be at the vanguard of these concerns

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Tougher conditions could lead to a more discerning approach to valuing assets

A decade of distress in the Netherlands is finally drawing to an end

A building boom and low prices are luring the super-rich to the German capital

A recovery from deep recession has raised fears of an overheating market

Bullish rental market and Airbnb put squeeze on would-be buyers

A new generation of entrepreneurs are seeking their fortunes in the neglected countryside

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