Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
These Office Outlooks Provide An Overview Of Each Office's Local Market As Well As Providing A Snapshot Of The London And National Market For Comparison. The Publications Look At Key Supply And Demand Trends And Statistics And Offer An Outlook For The Market's Short-Term Future.
Knight Frank’S Country Sales Insights Highlight The Latest Local Market Statistics, From Price Performance To Demand And Supply Dynamics, Whilst Also Providing Insightful Commentary On The Outlook For The Local Market From Each Of Our Office Heads.
Knight Frank Has Published The Latest Shanghai Office Market In 2020 Report. It Illustrates How Shanghai's Grade-A Office Market Will Develop In The Next Decade By Reviewing The Current Market Condition And Projecting Future Demand And Supply Levels.
Published monthly, the India Residential Market report analyses market performance in the residential sectors in various Indian cities.
In The First Half Of 2013, The Number Of Enquiries For Industrial And Logistics Property Weakened Across All Sectors, With The Exception Of Pharmaceuticals Where They Held Steady. Not Surprisingly, Interest Was Strongest From Light Industrial/Manufacturing And Third Party Logistics Firms, With The T
Raport będący podsumowaniem sytuacji na polskim rynku biurowym w ostatnich 10 latach.
- Serviced Industrial Land Plot (SILP) sales declined to 924 rai in H1 2014 from 2,826 rai in the second half of 2013, a decrease by 83.2% y-o-y.
- Factory rental market occupancy dropped to 78.5%, deceasing from the last year by 4.0%, as new supply was added to the market.
- Factories in Samu
Industrial occupier demand continues to strengthen in Dubai, but availability remains limited
An Overview Of The Middle East Property Market In Cantonese
Urban re-generation expected to play an important role in delivering suitable housing for Riyadh’s rising population
Knight Frank's Vineyard Report tracks the price performance of lifestyle vineyards across key winemaking regions around the world and is updated annually.
West Country Local View January 2015
In recent months, the spotlight has been firmly on Dubai’s residential property
sector, where – after trending up for a number of years – rental value growth has
stalled and prices have begun to register falls.
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.
- Industrial Land Sales Dropped To 2,276 Rai, The Lowest In The Past Few Years. There Were
Only 937 Rai In H1 2014 And 1,339 In H2 2014 Due To Political Unrest.
- Factory Occupancy Rates Stood Firm At 77.6% In H2 2014, A Reduction Of 0.1% Year On
- The Highest Factory Rental Rate Growth Wa
A quarterly review of the Dubai residential market, highlighting trends and analysis property prices.
In Q1 2015 the hospitality market in Dubai exhibited strong performance in relation to other major markets in the Middle East, despite a dip in key performance indicators, which were primarily attributable to global currency fluctuations and a declining Russian market.
Providing Leasing Solutions And Support To Both Institutional And Private Landlords.
Knight Frank’s unique Waterfront Index measures how much additional value a waterfront location can add to a property.
Our Look At The Property Goings-On Around The Country Property Market And The Best Available Country Houses For Sale And To Let.
A monthly report which provides a brief update on the key investment, financial and economic indicators relevant to the UK commercial property market, along with expectations for future performance.
Frankfurt Office Bi Annual 2015.
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.
الإصدار الأول من تقرير المركز الاقليمي يبحث أداء دبي مقارنة بالمراكز الاقليمية الأخرى حول العالم من خلال تطور أربعة قطاعات عقارية رئيسية على مستوى الاقتصاد الكلي والجزئي: العقارات المكتبية، الصناعية، السكنية والفندقية.