German REIT market seen worth 57 bln euros by 2010


By Peter Starck FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The German Real Estate Investment Trust (G-REIT) market will probably reach 57 billion euros ($72 billion)by 2010, a financial consultancy said on Wednesday. The forecast by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, an independent partnership, is near the low end of the 40 billion- to-120 billion euro range of published analyst and industry estimates. "Our forecast is on the conservative side," Roland Berger partner Markus Strietzel told a news ...

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