With recent figures from Knight Frank showing that the Scottish commercial property market saw £1.78 billion spend across all sectors in 2016, despite it being an "unpredictable" year, occupier demand seems to be increasing. And with it brings many opportunities for investors. The study showed that transactions across all commercial property sectors in Edinburgh increased by 92.5% on 2015 figures, indicating that some are already capitalising on the demand. (Source)
Despite recent events, those involved in commercial property in Scotland seem positive about its prospects. Brexit may have caused some concern at first, but it now seems that this is no longer the case. Rather, the outlook, at least from those in attendance, seems much more positive than even just a year ago. Whilst no one can predict the future, it seems to be looking bright for commercial property in Scotland.
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