Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
This bi-lingual quarterly report presents a detailed assessment of the commercial and residential property markets of Greater China, including development, investment and take-up activity within Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
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The Central Government has announced
on 1 April to establish near Beijing a new
administrative region, the Xiongan New
Knight Frank's Africa Report provides an overview of the continent's diverse property markets. Commentary is provided for 30 countries across Africa, along with guides to prime rents and yields in the office, retail, industrial and residential sectors.
The Prime Asia Development Land Index tracks the derived price of prime residential (apartment or condominium) and commercial (office) development land across Asia’s key markets.
Shanghai Luxury Residential Market Report.
The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for office and residential sites respectively. This represents a loss in momentum when compared to the 9.8% and 7.7% respective growth rates in H1 2013.
This annual review assesses the performance of the commercial and residential markets across China’s key cities in 2011 and sets out Knight Frank’s outlook for 2012.
In the first quarter of 2011, the high-end leasing market experienced a shortage of high-quality rental properties and an increase in demand from senior-level expatriates of multinational companies. The Shanghai residential sales market remained flat during the first two months of quarter one, with
The Beijing Residential Market Watch tracks the performance of the prime residential market in China’s capital city.
The Yangtze River Delta Region Land Market Review reveals that the land price, land supply and land transaction in Yangtze River Delta (YRD) rebounded in the second half of 2012 after a recessionary first half.
The Knight Frank Outlook for Key Asian Cities covers the residential, office and retail sectors of Beijing, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
Nicholas Holt examines the background, the challenges and possible impacts of the creation of a single market with free movement of goods, services, foreign direct investment and skilled labour.
This quarterly publication focuses on the primary residential markets across 20 of China's main cities. The report provides key statistics on price trends, the volume of property for sale in each city and provides an update on the government's housing policy.
Surge in supply and sustained demand push up December sales
The success of last year's 2010 Asian Games—held during 12–27 November—has greatly benefitted Guangzhou on many levels, including macroeconomic, town planning and property-market development.