Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
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.
Knight Frank’s Global Waterfront Report measures the premium a waterfront property generates in key cities around the world.
This report takes a look at how the housing and commercial markets across the Asia Pacific region have performed over 2018 and also gives insights to where our researchers expect markets to head in 2019.
In this report we present the first ever global assessment of ultra-prime residential markets. Our definition being locations where there are at least three transactions over $25 million each year, over the past three years.
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 first mid-year update of The Wealth Report, focussing on key global themes in wealth and property investment.
Discover the immense what opportunities can in the built environment along the Belt and Road Initiative offer.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our Consultancy and Research expertise and features a selection of our showcase consultancy works from around the world.
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Knight Frank’s global currency report assesses the impact of currency movements for international investors purchasing luxury residential properties in key cities around the world.
Knight Frank's Global Tax Report assesses the impact of property and tax costs for foreign investors. This analysis provides investors with an overview of tax and non-tax costs in 13 key global cities and nine second home locations at two price thresholds; US$1m and US$10.
This report compares the performance and key trends taking place in the world's top ten luxury residential markets from London to Hong Kong.
The Global Opportunities Report is divided into two sections. The first looks at which national mainstream markets represent value. The second section looks at which prime second home markets now represent key buying opportunities in Europe and the Caribbean.