Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Knight Frank's Luxury Investment Index (KFLII) tracks the performance of a theoretical basket of selected collectable asset classes - such as art, classic cars and wine - using existing third-party indices. Each asset class is weighted to reflect its relative importance and value within the basket.
The Madrid Residential New Development report brings together a wide range of data on the capital’s property market to examine current economic situation in Spain in terms of residential housing, trends, supply, demand, evolution of prices and more.
In this report we examine the trends across age-targeted institutional rental accommodation across the UK. From Student Accommodation, to investment-grade PRS and the Senior Living rental, including the findings of a new survey of major investors in the sector.
Providing sales, acquisition and consultancy advice across all sectors and sub-sectors of the market
This series of reports analyse the current health of the UK student housing market taking into account student numbers, investment and rental change, as well as our outlook for the coming year.
Knight Frank offers a wide range of Land services, including but not limited to valuations, planning, project management, national and international marketing, building consultancy and architecture, and due diligence.
Africa Horizons highlights the wide range of real estate investment opportunities across the continent, including healthcare, agriculture, student property and hotels, and using data and the insight of our local experts discusses the factors driving them.
This report provides an analysis of the UK forestry investment market. The report examines market performance and future supply and demand.
Investment into the education sector by businesses, individuals and institutions that own or acquire educational land and buildings is expected to grow.
The workbook provides information on long-run pricing and transactional trends, rental markets, affordability ratios, new housing supply, finance, currency and the economy.
The Wealth Report provides the global perspective on prime property and wealth. This annual publication includes performance data for 100 key global luxury property markets as well as the results of The Wealth Report Attitudes Survey and Knight Frank’s Global Cities Index.
Urban Futures provides an overview of the increasingly prominent issue of housing affordability. This subject has become critical for city authorities and businesses across the globe. We provide a holistic overview of the current and future solutions which are being adopted across the world.
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.
The Knight Frank/UCAS survey provides a unique insight into the views and opinions of students regarding their accommodation choices, opinions and preferences whilst they are studying at university.
Analysis of the main residential market indicators in Spain.
The branded residences sector globally is growing exponentially and can now be found in almost every major city and major holiday destinations. In this report we explore what branded residences are, what underpins their appeal, where they are in the world and the potential future of the market.
The global trend of an ageing population has contributed to dementia being identified as one of the major public health issues of the 21st century. There are approximately 850,000 people in the UK with dementia as of 2015. This figure is predicted to rise 35% by 2025 and 140% by 2050 to 2 million pe
This inaugural update explores the developments of key wealth and property themes since March, including the world’s luxury residential markets, the global demi-billionaire population and the importance of education to UHNWIs.
The first mid-year update of The Wealth Report, focussing on key global themes in wealth and property investment.
This report provides an overview of purpose built student housing in the Australian market.
Changing demographics can have profound political, economic and social implications. The UK’s population is ageing at a faster rate than ever before and the ‘grey pound’ is becoming increasingly influential.
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.
A comprehensive overview of economic, property market and lifestyle trends in Dubai.