PARIS, 5 avr 2012 - a reduction of 18% of the market of the offices in Ile-de-France during the first three months of this year was observed according to a study of DTZ published Thursday.
A reduction of new constructions is also to fear with the length of the year according to the studies.
During first quarter of this year, only 514.300 m2 were sold and it is a fall of 18% compared to the same preceding date of the exercise. This reduction was especially observed on the average surfaces ranging between 1.000 and 5.000 m2 and a demand for fall of 22%.
The majority of the sectors knew a Net deceleration of the transactions following the example Defense and First Crown according to the DTZ. What generated this situation it is the political climate and economic declining and this delays the decision making of financial and the companies.
The offers of good qualities are done less and less on the market and that will have consequences on the request placed. One will observe for this year of the resulting means declares in an official statement the delegated general director of DTZ in the person of Laurence Escleine-Dumas.
With regard to the offer of offices in Ile-de-France a Net deceleration of 4% over one year was announced by the cabinet with 3,6 million m2 available towards the end of March.
The concern of DTZ construction renewal of stock was certified with 370.000 m ² which must be delivered for this year 2012 whereas what is available is only 136.000 m2. DTZ however envisages an important renewal for the year 2013.