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Poseidon Property is a commercial and residential multi-scale international developer, investor and manager. The company’s developments span multiple residential projects and convenience retail parades in the UK, several retail parks in SE Europe and the largest resort regeneration project in Croatia. Our built multi-sector income-producing investments across Europe.

Poseidon Property is represented through offices in the UK, Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia. It combines international property expertise with exceptional local knowledge.

PROPERTY NEWS

In the UK

London’s housing prices ranked 95th out of 107 cities in the world

A 5.5 per cent drop in property prices saw London’s housing market rank 95th out of 107 major cities around the world. London was one of only 18 urban centres...

Average age of first-time buyer in the UK is 33

The typical age of first-time home buyers is 33, surprisingly staying the same as in 1990. This is despite the proportion of first-time buyers under the age...

The highest yielding areas for property in the UK

The average gross rental yield in the UK is currently 5.60%. This is based on the average buy-to-let property costing £261,897 and the UK’s average rent being...

Bristol as UK’s fastest growing property market

Bristol is outperforming many other regional locations in the UK in its property growth prospects, with a rise in multi-family housing in the city which will...

London house prices see first positive growth in over a year

The figures suggest a relatively stable start to 2024 but there could possibly still be a slowdown in the housing market this year. London house prices have...

UK property sales forecast to rise by 10% as buyers and sellers return

Buyers and sellers continued to return to the property market in February, and are expected to boost the number of home sales by 10% this year, according to...

Empty offices in London city

London office occupancy rates are less than half pre-Covid levels in the UK, at about 35 per cent, according to Remit Consulting. This compares with...

Nationwide raises mortgage prices

The country’s largest building society says it’ll increase rates by up to 0.3 percentage points on selected mortgage products. The decision comes into effect...

London house prices at its most affordable since 2014

Housing affordability in London is at its best since peak unaffordability in 2016, and in line with 2014 levels. New data from shows that the average...

Private rents in Great Britain hit record high

Average private rents in Great Britain have climbed to new record highs, though in some regions there has been a small fall in the amount new tenants are...

In Western Europe

Germany sees notable uptick in inflation

New figures show that Germany's inflation rose to 3.7% YoY in December, indicating a 0.5% increase from the previous month and confirming preliminary data. In...

European Home Rental Prices

According to HousingAnywhere's latest Rent Index Q1 2020, as most of the world's economies are reeling from the impact of the corona crisis, the effects on...

Barcelona and Vienna lead in rental growth

The cities of Barcelona and Vienna saw significant rental growth in 2019, contrasting with activity in most expensive cities in Europe, like London and...

Brexit forces numerous foreign companies to open offices in Netherlands

Ongoing uncertainty about the effects of Brexit is pushing an increasing number of foreign companies to set up offices in the Netherlands, the Dutch...

Growing purchasing power in the Czech Republic

The market value of office buildings in the Czech Republic and in Prague in particular has continued growing as a result of steady demand and insufficient...

Dutch Residential Market – New Record Investment in 2019

The Netherland's transaction volume of the residential investment market will once again reach record levels in 2019. While a record of 8.5 billion euros in...

Property in Germany

Many people now consider Germany as one of the best countries to invest in for 2019. In fact, major cities like Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, and Munich are...

Is it smart to invest in property?

After a period of property and economic crisis, the European real estate market has been strong in recent years. International investors are still bullish...

Rents levelling out in European cities apart from Amsterdam and Munich

Rents in major European cities are continuing to level out, even in Barcelona, Berlin and Brussels which have recorded the steepest climb in rental prices...

Portugal’s housing market is strengthening

Portugal’s housing prices continue to rise, fuelled by surging demand as well as improved economic conditions. Property prices in Portugal rose by 7.92%...

In SE Europe

Mali: Investment rating for Serbia next year

The minister of finance of Serbia, Sinisa Mali, talked yesterday in Washington D.C, within the three-day participation in the Spring Meetings of the...

World Bank Forecasts Growth of Serbian Economy of 3.5% in Latest Report – Reform of Education and State-Owned Companies Necessary

The Serbian economy is expected to grow at around 3.5% in 2024, driven primarily by consumption, according to the latest World Bank’s Western Balkans Regular...

Serbia Among Countries to Advance Most by Business Environment Rankings

In the recent analysis of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) (the research and analysis division of the Economist Group), Serbia ranks tenth among the...

More Foreign Nationals Buying Real Estate in Serbia

In 2023, there was a growth of the share of foreign nationals in the real estate market of Serbia, announced the Republic Geodetic Authority (RGA). Of the...

Croatia unveils 503 mln euro plan to tackle inflation

The Croatian government said it has introduced a package of measures worth 503 million euro ($547.3 million) aimed at maintaining low energy prices and...

Poseidon Group is made up of a collection of companies incorporated and administered according to the rules of the BVI

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