For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation has local valuers available for your property valuation needs in Poland. As the largest recipient of EU funds, Poland has a strong property market. Discover what the country has to offer.
As one of the most dynamic countries in the CE region, Poland’s real estate market has long kept the attention of real estate investors, occupiers and banks. BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation is able to address your property valuation needs of clients for all asset types in Poland.
Warsaw has undergone a significant transformation in recent years thanks to infrastructure improvements. An integrated public transport system, construction of further sections of the city’s ring road, and the completion of the Northern Bridge, are just some of the projects developed in recent years. The property market in Warsaw is the most mature in the CEE region.
The city of Krakow combines historical tradition with a vivid business environment. It is home to several technology companies. In addition, as a top tourist destination in Poland, the city has a significant tourism volume: Krakow Balice International Airport is the airport with the 2nd largest amount of traffic in Poland.***
Gdynia, Gdarisk and Sopot together form “Tri-City,” where the IT engineering, financial services and telecommunications industries in Poland are concentrated. Because of its booming technology industry, unique location and closeness to the major ports of Gdarisk and Gdynia, it is often called the Polish Silicon Valley.
Lodz is a major academic centre in Poland and is deeply connected to Poland’s strong industrial tradition. The city offers quality space across all property sectors and boasts a dynamic commercial property market thanks to an urban development project called “Nowe Centrum Lodzi.”
Poznan is one of Poland’s most well connected cities thanks to an extensive rail network and an international airport. It is home to 38 universities and is an important warehouse and logistics property market, with 1.6 million sq. m of available space.
Finally, Katowice is Poland’s second largest urban zone. The city is located in the Upper Silesia region and boasts the second largest warehouse property market in Poland after Warsaw, making it a major industrial hub in Central Europe.
Poland has a diverse property market, with varying asset types across different regions. In order to perform an effective property valuation, our property experts are specialised by geographic location and asset type in Poland to best answer your valuation needs.
*Source: World Bank
** BNP Paribas Real Estate Guide to Investing in Poland 2017
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