Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
According to the latest research bulletin on Africa’s property hotspots issued by Knight Frank, Nigeria is gradually attracting international investment interest as a result of robust economic growth and a wide range of investment opportunities.
Introducing the first report of a series of research bulletins on key Africa growth hotspots based on Knight Frank’s 2015 Africa Report.
The inaugural edition of The Hub report, which looks how Dubai fares compared to other global hubs in regards to 4 key property sectors on both a macro and micro level: offices, industrial, residential and hospitality.
Knight Frank's Corporate Lettings Review assesses the demand for prime residential lets from multinational companies and their employees. The report highlights key trends in the sector and compares prime rents across key global cities.
The Knight Frank Prime Outer London Index, established in 1997, is the longest running and most comprehensive index covering the prime outer London residential marketplace. The index is based on a repeat valuation methodology that tracks capital values of prime outer London residential property
The report contains values and dynamics of the main market indicators, trends and forecasts of the market of residential and commercial real estate. The information is presented in the format of infographics.
Market snapshot outlining the chief recent residential block deals transacted in Ireland
Introduction to one of South East Asia’s strongest growing property markets, 2014.
This report examines the private rented sector (PRS) in detail, discussing the dynamics underpinning the recent growth in the sector and examining the policy moves to encourage more institutional investment. It includes our forecasts for the size of the rental sector and rental movements in the UK.
The report examines the UK’s private rented sector and how some of the obstacles to institutional investment can be overcome. It also highlights the new tax rule changes which may make it more attractive for institutions to become active in the sector and includes our Spring 2012 rental forecast.