Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Our assessment of the global and local economic trends that will shape Australian property market performance in 2020, and a series of predictions as to how we see the office and industrial markets evolving.
Occupier and investment logistics trends Q3 2019 Spain.
Romanian Real Estate Overview.
Covering the challenges of e-commerce and what the solutions may be, our research examines the challenges and opportunities brought by structural change in consumer demand and how real estate strategy is being influenced far beyond the retail sector.
Update of one of the key commercial areas of the capital, Puerta del Sol. The study includes recent brands and openings, rents, future projects, evolution of purchases as well as the analysis of the investment activity in the area.
What does the future hold for Edinburgh and how will this impact commercial real estate?.
The report evaluates the demand and potential of Affordable Housing in India by 2030 and speaks about the requisite steps that stake holders should take to meet this demand.
Occupier and investment Logistics trends Q2 2019 Spain.
An annual review and outlook providing updates on Sharjah's real estate market.
Insight, which affects decision making, is key. In this year’s report, instead of dictating the agenda, we’ve tackled ten questions that are raised regularly by our clients.
An annual review and market outlook providing updates on the Bahrain real estate market covering offices and hospitality sectors.
Where has it all gone wrong for the UK retail sector? We identify ten structural failings that the market must learn from and highlight six alternative scenarios that could help alleviate some of the pressure.
Real estate year round highlights.
Global Outlook is Knight Frank’s forecast report looking at the trends shaping the property markets of 33 leading cities. The report provides a 2019 outlook and beyond, for commercial and residential property, as well as alternative sectors, like hotels, care homes and student accommodation.