Demand for these objects in the real estate market segments in Budapest
made in the II quarter of 2009, 30, 2 thousand square meters. m, which is 63% less in comparison
with the same period last year.

During the April-June this year in the Hungarian capital was introduced 44 thousand
square. m of industrial and warehouse space. Their total number in
reached 1 , 5 million square feet. m. As a result of weak demand and excess supply
vacancy rate rose qoq with 22, 6% to 24 4%
According Europe Real Estate. Nevertheless , analysts CB Richard Ellis,
conducted this study are optimistic. In their view , the volume
supply will decrease by the end of 2009 - early 2010, will be completed by all
one project. Therefore, c early next year, the number of vacant industrial
and storage areas will be reduced.

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