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Pole position in logistics real estate

BREMEN. The Bremen real estate market remains attractive, even in times of crisis. This is revealed by the Real Estate Report Bremen 2020 published just recently by Bremeninvest (WFB) on the basis of current market data. In the area of logistics real estate, Bremen is very well placed compared to other cities. It boasts a low vacancy rate of 2.1 percent, and the surface area reached three million square metres for the first time. According to the study, the logistics branch is an important driver of Bremen’s economy. Additional information at www.wfb-bremen.de

Photo: WFB Immobilienmarkt Report 2020

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