After two years of learning and challenges brought by the pandemic, it is expected that the Trusts consolidate a positive step 2021 will be remembered as a year of adaptation for the Real Estate Sector, due to the multiple strategies implemented for the reactivation of the market. In that sense, experts in Real Estate Investment Trusts (Fibras) estimate for 2022 a healthy recovery driven by construction and demand in the industrial, commercial and office sectors.
While the outlook for offices is still uncertain, a significant market share is projected for the coming months. This is due to the boost provided by class A corporate spaces and the decrease in vacancy.
In this regard, the president of Fibra Plus, Gustavo Tomé, said that well-located, well-designed offices that allow workers' privacy and maintain their security will increase the demand for these spaces.
Meanwhile, Alejandro Delgado, Country Manager of SiiLA in Mexico, mentioned that tenant departures due to vacancy have decreased significantly in recent quarters. This phenomenon is mostly concentrated in CDMX, where there has been a decrease in vacant spaces in three consecutive quarters.