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As one of the UK’s largest and most experienced new homes property consultancies, we are well placed to bring you your perfect new home or investment 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.
A comprehensive overview of economic, property market and lifestyle trends in Dubai.
From Sydney to submarines, discover the best locations and latest luxury lifestyle trends from around the world.
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.
An analysis of the impact the EU Referendum vote may have on GCC investor activity into London real estate.
Our hospitality real estate team is well versed to support you in pursuing your investment strategy as well as in developing hospitality and mixed-use real estate projects. We provide development strategy recommendations and master plan reviews for a wide range of projects.
We pride ourselves on our ability to understand our clients’ needs and on providing market-leading property management advice. We offer key consultancy services relevant to all stages of a property’s life cycle.
Positioned as industrial and logistics property specialists, Knight Frank provides real estate transactional service to both free zone and non-free zone occupiers within the UAE.
Our development consultancy and research team takes a multi-disciplinary approach to assist national and international investors, owners, developers, financiers and occupiers in improving operations and efficiency, while maximising returns on investment.
Against a backdrop of low interest rates globally and relatively volatile financial markets regionally, the flow of capital into real estate has continued. Demand for institutional quality assets across Dubai and other key GCC centres has been rising.