Internationale Marktberichte

Das Savills Research Team hat sich durch seinen innovativen und zukunftsweisenden Marktforschungsansatz einen exzellenten Ruf erarbeitet. Basis hierfür ist ein klares Verständnis der Dynamik der Märkte und der Anspruch an kreative Lösungen zur Erfüllung der Kundenbedürfnisse.
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Das Herzstück dieses Prozesses ist die Fähigkeit des Teams, neue Lösungskonzepte zu schaffen, die auch der wirtschaftlichen Realität standhalten. Dabei decken wir die Immobilienmärkte in UK, Europa, Asien und Amerika mit Schwerpunkt London, Hong Kong und New York ab.

Internationale Marktberichte

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Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Nov 2017
10. November 2017

The investment sales market picked up tremendously in the third quarter, partly due to large scale transactions in China. Both domestic and cross-border investors are still actively looking for opportunities offering stable returns.

 
 
Poland Investment Bulletin January 2012

Poland Investment Bulletin January 2012

31. Januar 2012

“Investment activity accelerated in the second half of 2011 bringing the total volume of property investment transactions to over EUR 2.5 billion. This confirmed significant interest in the Polish property market, with prime offices in Warsaw and well established shopping centres all over the country being still the most soughtafter products on the market.” Michał Ćwikliński - Director, Head of Investment Department

 
 
 

Singapore Retail Briefing

28. Januar 2012

“Despite market uncertainties, Singapore continues to draw keen interest from international retailers seeking a presence in southeast Asia. Prime Orchard and suburban rents trended up slightly in Q4.”

 
 
 

Market in Minutes UK Residential Development Land

25. Januar 2012

  Nationally, land markets are stagnant, but there are distinct ‘bright spots’ as housebuilders target smaller, readily developable sites in buoyant local markets, pushing up values.

 
 
 

Singapore Office Briefing

25. Januar 2012

Negative fallout arising from the prolonged financial turbulence and global economic slowdown has intensified, resulting in slower absorption of Grade A office space. This has continued to push up vacancy rates and put downward pressure on rents in the CBD.

 
 
 

Scottish Estate Benchmarking Survey 2011

24. Januar 2012

Our 2011 Estate Benchmarking Survey results demonstrate that gross incomes continued to rise on Scottish rural estates. However, the growth in net income has been dampened by higher costs.

 
 
 

Shopping centre and high street bulletin January 2012

20. Januar 2012

“We predict that yields on the best centres will harden in 2012 as global capital seeks a safe haven”

 
 
 

Briefing Note Mortgage Indemnity Guarantees

19. Januar 2012

Mortgage Indemnity Guarantees will see the government, developers and lenders share the risk on 95% loan to value mortgages on new build property, with a view to facilitate up to 33,000 new home purchases each year until the end of parliament.

 
 
 

Market in Minutes - Prime London Residential Markets January 2012

17. Januar 2012

Prices in prime London residential markets rose 0.8% in the final quarter of 2011 to leave prices up by 8.7%over the year.

 
 
 

Market in Minutes - Prime regional Residential markets January 2012

17. Januar 2012

In contrast to the prime residential markets of London, the prime regional markets saw price falls over the course of 2011 averaging -3.3%.

 
 
 

UK Office Market Report Winter 2011

17. Januar 2012

The restrained development pipeline will help compensate for muted demand as we go through 2012.

 
 
 

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Mat Oakley

Mat Oakley

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Commercial Research

Head Office London

+44 (0) 20 7409 8781

 

Lydia Brissy

Lydia Brissy

Director
European Research

Savills Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 44 51 73 88

 

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