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For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation has local real estate experts covering all of Switzerland for the property valuation of a wide variety of assets.

Property valuation in Switzerland

The BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation team is able to address the property valuation needs of clients for all property asset types in Switzerland with both national and international expertise.

Understanding Swiss property value

With a population of approximately 8.3 million*, Switzerland is one of the largest economies in Europe. It is divided into three business sectors: services, industry and agriculture. Services, which include banking, insurance and tourism, account for 50% of employment in Switzerland. About 40% of the population is employed in the industry, trade and handicraft sectors. 

Both Zurich and Geneva are very well connected, making it the centre of choice for international companies. Several major European cities (Paris, Berlin, London) are less than two hours from downtown Zurich by plane. Our valuers understand these elements are key factors in your Swiss property value. 

Property valuation in the main Swiss cities

Property Valuation in Geneva

 

 

Our property experts can accompany you in your Swiss property valuation projects thanks to advanced market knowledge and asset specialisation in the country’s main city centres: Zurich and Geneva.

With a population of 200,000, Geneva is Switzerland's second largest city. The city’s international district is 2 kilometres north of the Central train station. It is home to over 200 government organisations. As a result, Geneva is a centre for international business: Geneva International Airport is just 4 km northwest of the city, providing the city with a constant flux of business travellers.

Geneva’s international residents add to property value in the region: commercial property value is high in Geneva, with over €746m invested in offices in the Canton of Geneva in 2016, representing 91% of its commercial real estate investment.**

In a situation unique to Geneva***, strict Swiss zoning and building permit regulations have created a residential and commercial building boom in the suburbs, which includes several municipalities in neighbouring France such as Ferney-Voltaire, Gex, Divonne, Annemasse and Saint-Julien.

 

 

Property Valuation in Zurich

 

 

 

As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is a transport hub for railway, road, and air traffic. Zurich Airport and Zurich railway station are the largest and busiest in the country. The city is home to a large number of financial institutions and banking companies. Low tax rates have attracted international companies to set up their headquarters in the city’s central business district which has led to a large concentration of R & D facilities in central Zurich.

Zurich-Oerlikon is another major business district. Thanks to government investments in infrastructure, this former industrial zone has been transformed into a dynamic business quarter. New public spaces and proximity to Zurich airport have made the area a neighbourhood of choice for technology and consulting companies.

Whether you’re an investor, bank or potential occupier, the Swiss property market has a lot to offer for your property assets. Our valuers understand local market value and rental value to guide you in your property valuation.

 

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

 

 

 

Our team in Switzerland: 

Local BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation teams are able to respond your questions about property valuation in Switzerland thanks to our advanced market knowledge and expertise across all property asset types. 

 

 

 

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