Commercial property

Commercial property capital values decline in August




Capital values fell by 0.2% in August across UK commercial property, according to the latest research.

By contrast, CBRE’s UK monthly index for August found that capital values in the industrial sector increased by 0.2%.

Rental values in the commercial property sector rose by 0.1%, while total returns were up 0.3%.

Capital values in the office sector increased by 0.2%, while retail capital values fell by 1%.

“At a traditionally slow point in the commercial real estate calendar, capital growth for the industrial and office sectors remains robust, while retail woes continue to impact at an all property level,” said Robin Honeyman, research analyst at CBRE UK.

Retail was also down by 0.4% for rental values and 0.5% for total returns.

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