Invest, Finance & Value

Capital Markets

Gain proactive insights and strategies that unlock value, drive returns and enhance outcomes for your real estate investments in all geographies and across all asset classes.


Investment Properties

As the world leader in the acquisition and disposal of income-producing properties for third-party owners and corporate occupiers, we use deep market intelligence, transaction expertise, trusted relationships and seamless execution to anticipate trends, command capital and maximise returns.

Debt & Structured Finance

We create innovative options for any capital requirement using extensive transaction insights, robust lender relationships and proprietary technology.

Investment Banking

We provide extensive knowledge, investor access and strategic advice across the investment banking spectrum, including M&A advisory, equity placement and secondary LP trading. 

2023 SEE Real Estate Market Outlook

CBRE Research experts share their views on what’s in store for the SEE region economy, office, industrial, retail and capital markets for 2023 and beyond.


Property Types

  • Use the world’s most comprehensive real estate services platform to find innovative solutions for your needs as a corporate occupier or office investor.

  • We represent the largest industrial real estate platform in the world, offering an integrated suite of services for occupiers and investors.

  • With integrated solutions, unique insight, and unmatched experience, we deliver outcomes for retailers, restaurateurs, investors, owners, and developers.

  • We provide creative, hands-on hospitality expertise in all major markets, supported by a sophisticated service platform.

  • Unlock the potential of your residential real estate with expert investment, financing, valuation, agency and design strategies.

Our Leadership Team

Related Insights

  • The CEE (including CEE core 5, SEE, and Baltics) real estate market recorded a marginal quarter-on-quarter increase of only 3%. Moreover, the annual trend marks a slowdown of 42%. Out of 1.6B EUR, the CEE-5 countries represented 85% of the investment volume, SEE 11% & Baltics region 5%.

  • After an active first half of the year which has brought the deliveries of numerous new office buildings, the third quarter of the year has remained calm, with no noted completions.

  • There have been no significant brand entries since the beginning of the year. Nevertheless, retailers continued to expand in existing retail schemes and newly developed retail parks.