Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Knight Frank's Vineyard Report tracks the price performance of lifestyle vineyards across key winemaking regions around the world and is updated annually.
Knight Frank’s unique Waterfront Index measures how much additional value a waterfront location can add to a property.
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.
An analysis on the significance of family businesses and how they impact the economy with an in-depth look in real estate, wealth, and the role of women in the GCC.
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.
A look into the buying behaviour of resident Indians into residential properties overseas.
The report examines the supply, demand and evolution of prices as well as latest trends and profile of buyers in prime residential property markets. It also contextualizes the current economic situation in Spain in terms of residential housing.
The 2012 international student property report examines the rise of global student mobility and what this means for student property markets. Focusing on Europe, which attracts the greatest number of international students, it names the university cities which offer the best investment opportunities
Lower oil prices are leading many in the GCC to wonder about
the possible implications for real estate. In the near-term,
weaker sentiment and its impact on the residential property
sector is the principal downside risk. Commercial property
however should be able to shrug off such concerns as th
This Report Provides An Update On Child Care Facilities In Australia
This Report Provides An Overview Of The Retirement Market In Australia
This Report Focuses On Purpose Built Student Accommodation Sector As An Asset Class In The Australian Market.
This report analyses issues surrounding infrastructure development within the Greater Sydney region.
Introducing the first report of a series of research bulletins on key Africa growth hotspots based on Knight Frank’s 2015 Africa Report.
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.
The report provides an understanding of the market dynamics of the residential micro-markets across the MMR, followed by the real estate drivers – employment, physical and social infrastructure and its impact on residential demand and prices.
This report provides an overview of purpose built student accommodation in the Australian market.
The Retirement Housing report examines the demand and supply for purpose-built housing for older people across the UK. It includes an analysis of the equity release potential of downsizing, as well as highlighting the planning landscape for the retirement housing sector.
The construction of Crossrail is nearing completion. Knight Frank’s Crossrail report monitors how house prices have performed since 2008, as well as looking at the potential of Crossrail 2.
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.
The long-awaited Inland Rail will proceed following commitment to $8.4 billion of equity funding into ARTC. The Federal Government will facilitate delivery of the new Western Sydney Airport through a $5.3 billion investment over 10 years.
This Insight provides an outline on government policies in regards to home ownership in Australia.
This Insight report provides an overview of infrastructure development in New South Wales.
Underpinned by the baby boomer generation, the number of persons aged 65 and over is set to almost double over the next two decades.
This report provides an outline on the retirement housing market in Australia.