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For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation has local real estate experts covering the whole of Luxembourg. As Europe’s number one centre for investment funds, Luxembourg boasts a wide variety of assets: office, retail, logistics, hotel assets. Discover the Luxembourgish property market.

Property valuation in Luxembourg

Thanks to its healthy cross-border investment market, Luxembourg has long kept the attention of international real estate investors, occupiers and bankers. BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation is able to address the property valuation needs of clients for all asset types in Luxembourg thanks to our international real estate expertise.

Understanding Luxembourgish property value

The Luxembourg property market benefits from low volatility and financial stability which attracts international investors to Luxembourgish properties. As the first EU member to adapt its legislation to the European Directive governing Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS), Luxembourg has a competitive edge when it comes to cross border investment in property and business. This has long attracted investors, occupiers and banks to the country’s capital. As a result, the commercial property market has seen consistent growth, specifically in financial services.

With a population of approximately 600,000*, Luxembourg is one of the smallest sovereign states in Europe. At just two hours by plane from European capitals such as Paris, Berlin and London, Luxembourg is well connected for international business. Luxembourg International airport had 3 million passengers in 2016**. Luxembourg's motorways have been significantly modernised in recent years, facilitating the country’s connections to Belgium, France and Germany

Our valuers understand local market and rental value of assets and the factors that draw clients to certain property sectors. With the help of a dedicated research and analytics department, our valuers are able to effectively value property across Luxembourg.

Property valuation in Luxembourg's main business districts

Property valuation in Luxembourg City

 

The Central Business District of Luxembourg City is located at the heart of the city and boasts renovated office buildings as well as green spaces. The “Royal Hamilius” urban renewal project aims to improve the city’s public transport system as well as renovate historic architecture by renovating the Pont Adolphe, which has increased mobility for district occupiers, and has established the district as one that accommodates all kinds of professionals. The Station district of Luxembourg City also boasts a well-developed city transport system. Its location near the International train station makes the neighbourhood a key entryway into the country’s business and tourism sectors. Our valuers understand the importance of such elements in the valuation of your property in Luxembourg.

In the surrounding suburbs of Esch-sur-Alzette, the second largest city in Luxembourg, the Esch/Belval renewal project has developed into a modern city quarter: the former industrial and logistics region has been transformed into a modern university town.

Our property experts can accompany you in your property valuations in Luxembourg, whether you are an investor, bank or potential occupier.

 

*Source: World Bank
**Source: Lux Airport

 

Our team in Luxembourg:

Our dedicated valuers at local BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation agencies in Luxembourg can guide you in your property valuations in the region thanks to our knowledge of property markets in the region. Furthermore, our real estate experts cover all kinds of property assets, including offices, hotels, logistics and retail.

 

 

 

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