Optimism in Nicaraguan Real Estate Sector

Increases have been reported of up to 20% in the demand for office space in excess of 50 square meters, with prices ranging from between $8 and $12 per square meter.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Currently the monthly rental price for corporate buildings around $19 per square meter, one of the types of offices with the highest demand in southern sector of the capital, the Dupla Norte, and the road to Masaya. Overall, location, parking availability and price are the main factors that companies consider when leasing office space.

Claudia Sosa, general manager at El Centro SA told Elnuevodiario.com.ni that "... There has been an increased flow of interest by at least 6%, because companies are thinking about image, location, and security. Interest in office rentals is higher among regional companies, but national ones have also begun to migrate from houses to occupying these spaces because of image issues. "

Edgar Mejia, commercial manager of Inmobiliaria Cobirsa, added "... We handle larger spaces for rent of about 300 square meters, we are focused on multinational corporations and national companies that require large spaces in corporate buildings ... Currently Cobirsa, in all its projects, has a 100% occupancy rate, is why this year we are starting with new works. "

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