Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
With over 120 years of global valuation experience, Knight Frank has grown to become the world’s largest privately owned property agency and consultancy and today it is widely regarded throughout the world as the firm of choice for high-quality real estate advice.
The condominium market in Pattaya has once again shown positive signals after continuous stagnancy for many quarters. From January to September 2018, there were around 4,800 new units launched.
A regular monthly update on the global and domestic developments.
In the first of its kind industry report titled ‘Co-Living - rent a lifestyle’ we give a comprehensive analysis of the potential for rental housing in India.
Knight Frank's Global House Price Index tracks the performance of over 50 mainstream national housing markets around the world using official data from Central Banks or National Statistic Offices in each country.
The first-ever assessment of the global ultra-prime residential market.
The Cha Am - Hua Hin condominium market showed positive signals during the first three quarters of 2018, following a slowdown over the past few years. From a study conducted by Knight Frank Thailand, it was
found that, between January and September 2018, there were 1,041 new condominium units adde
The latest insights and lifestyle trends shaping the luxury Alpine property market. To view an online version please click on the image cover.
The Global Residential Cities Index tracks mainstream residential prices on a city-by-city basis. Updated quarterly, the index tracks the performance of house prices across 150 cities worldwide.
The Knight Frank Country House Index is a valuation-based index, compiled quarterly from valuations prepared by professional staff in every Knight Frank Country office in the UK and based on actual sales evidence.
A bi-annual commercial and residential report providing a comprehensive analysis of the Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu residential, retail, office and industrial markets.
A comprehensive analysis of the residential sector across eight metros and office market across seven metros in India for the period July – December 2018.
An annual review and market outlook providing updates on the Abu Dhabi and Dubai real estate markets covering: residential, offices, retail and hospitality sectors.
Our Global Residential Market Forecast assesses the performance of the world's key residential markets, highlights trends to watch and potential risks to future growth.
Knight Frank's Retirement Housing Review assesses the combined impact from an ageing population, reform of the care sector, the looming pension crisis, fiscal tightening on housing wealth and housing choices for retirees.
Knight Frank's Global Property Wealth Survey represents the first attempt to provide an accurate picture of international trends and activity in the world's luxury residential markets.
These Office Outlooks Provide An Overview Of Each Office's Local Market As Well As Providing A Snapshot Of The London And National Market For Comparison. The Publications Look At Key Supply And Demand Trends And Statistics And Offer An Outlook For The Market's Short-Term Future.
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The London residential development review provides a detailed analysis of the capital's new homes market. The report assesses demand and supply dynamics, land market performance and highlights key policy changes affecting developers and investors in the city. .
The requirement for all new-build homes to be built to a zero carbon standard by 2016 is beginning to look distinctly unrealistic. In this report we consider the wider picture by examining the policy background, implications for developers and the market, and even the future of energy distribution.
The recovery of global investment demand for UK new-build property has been one of the most remarkable features of the residential market in recent months. This report investigates the dramatic international response to the weak pound, low interest rates and the UK's undersupply of housing.
In this review we examine how the recession has changed the market for affordable housing, and how wider political changes are beginning to impact on thinking and activity in the sector. We identify the key issues for developers, investors, housing associations and policy makers.
The Future of Residential Development highlights the challenges and opportunites faced by the house-building industry in the current economic climate and provides a number of scenarios as to the market's future development.