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For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation has local real estate experts covering the whole of Denmark.

Property valuation in Denmark

BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation’s local teams are able to address the valuation needs of clients for all asset types in Denmark thanks to our international real estate expertise.

Understanding Danish property value

Our valuers understand local market and rental values in the Danish property market.

With a population of approximately 5.7 million*, Denmark’s market economy has attracted occupiers, investors and banks alike with its advanced industrial sector, international trade and energy services. Denmark has one of the world's highest levels of education, providing a rich talent pool for companies in the area. 

Denmark’s 406 islands and 7,314 kilometres of coastline have led to significant investment in the country’s maritime sector. Danish companies are at the forefront of maritime technology. 

Denmark is located along the Øresund strait (which runs between Denmark and Sweden). The Øresund region, also known as the greater Copenhagen area, has become an attractive location for occupiers to commute to work between the two countries.

Denmark’s infrastructure is also well developed: An integrated bus service connects major cities such as Copenhagen, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg while Denmark’s 23 airports connect regional centres to European capitals.

Our valuers understand the importance of these elements in the valuation of your property in Denmark.

Property valuation in the main Danish business districts

Property valuation in Copenhagen

Copenhagen’s central business district is considered one of the newest and most dynamic business areas in Northern Europe. It is located in Ørestad, on Amager Island. Its infrastructure and connection to Copenhagen’s public transportation system are excellent.

The greater Copenhagen area is home to a number of multinational companies as well as universities. The University Quarter attracts both businesses and young professionals from around Northern Europe. Occupiers benefit from Copenhagen’s well-developed transport systems: Over 2,600 kilometers of railway and more than 70,000 kilometers of road connect the city’s diverse districts across islands.

There is an emerging demand from small businesses for modern office spaces near transport systems in central Copenhagen. In 2016, demand for office premises was buoyant in central Copenhagen. It is not unusual to see several international companies targeting the same property. Office investment in Copenhagen doubled in 2016, exceeding €1 bn.**

Downtown Copenhagen, also referred to as Indra By, is home to Christianshavn, a neighborhood characterized by a mixture of old military buildings and new residential developments. It is also home to a number of companies in the creative industry. The city has also invested in two major urban renewal projects: the development of the Tinbbjerg housing district and the renovation of the area surrounding Nørrebro train Station.

Whether you’re an investor, bank or potential occupier, our valuers are prepared to answer all of your questions about the Danish property market.

 

*Source: World Bank
**Source: BNPPRE Office Handbook 2017 
   

Our team in Denmark : 

BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation valuers understand how the Danish property market is evolving and has the know-how to effectively guide you in the valuation of your property, for all types of assets: from offices and hotels, to logistics and retail.

 

 

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