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MADRID-Madrid office leasing during the second quarter rose threefold to 1.7 million square feet, compared to Q2 2009. Also, first half leasing this year doubled compared to first half 2009, according to international real estate advisor Savills.

The second quarter deals included three at more than 108,000 square feet, the realtor said in a study. A rise in owner-occupier sales appears to be on the increase, with more than 10% deals closed.  In investment, volumes in the first half of this year stood 7% higher than first half 2009, with hot demand for prime office assets. The average investment volume rose from $19 million in the first quarter 2010 to $43 million in Q2 2010.

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