Finland is increasingly integrated with the international real estate markets. As a politically stable Eurozone country, Finland is an attractive market for investors. The Helsinki Metropolitan Area and other Finnish growth centres are the site of many hotel, office and ambitious entertainment centre development projects—both renovations and greenfield investments. Finland’s social and healthcare reform and aging population are driving the construction and purchasing of healthcare properties.
The major long-term trends visible on the Finnish real estate markets are digitalisation and urbanisation. The integration of real estate technology helps reduce environmental load, increases property values and provides income to owners. The growth of urban centres is giving rise to new uses of space. More and more city dwellers work in co-working spaces, and sharing platforms are becoming more common in residential solutions, as well.
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