Internationale Marktberichte

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Dieser marktbestimmende Ansatz macht für unsere Kunden den Unterschied. Er befähigt uns zu Analysen, Interpretationen und Vorhersagen von echtem Wert.

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


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.


Bristol Office Survey

23. Juli 2010

The return of occupational demand remains tentative, but cranes are reappearing on the skyline. The biggest threat to Bristol’s recovery is the forthcoming public sector job cuts and potential knock on effects on private sector confidence. However, the expected recovery of the city’s private sector should provide some level of insulation.  Zur Publikation (PDF)


Market in Minutes: Farmland Q2 2010

21. Juli 2010

Against a backdrop of increasing economic uncertainty UK farmland has retained its status as a safe investment, according to Savills Farmland Value Survey. During the second quarter of this year the average value of Grade 3 arable land across England has increased by 5% to £5225 per acre, which compares with £2365 per acre in June 2005.

Seoul Office Briefing Q2 2010

Seoul Office Briefing Q2 2010

21. Juli 2010

Net absorption was positive for the second consecutive quarter in Q2/2010, but overall Seoul prime office vacancy rose to 7.2 per cent due to the completion of two new buildings. Transaction activity has picked up slightly, but remains sharply lower than the levels seen during the previous 3 years.


Shopping Centre and High Street Bulletin

21. Juli 2010

“The depth of investor demand remains strong, but polarised by location and quality” Investor demand for shopping centres and high street shops has slackened slightly over the last quarter. However, there is still competition for the best assets in the best locations.  


Utrecht Office Market Q2 2010

21. Juli 2010

“Both tenant and investor demand in Utrecht improved during the first half of 2010. Letting volume grew by 16% compared to the same period last year, while the invested amount was multiplied by nearly four times to €117 million.”


Ile-de-France Office Market

20. Juli 2010

“The letting activity in Ile-de-France remains moderate but the signs of recovery are strong in Paris where demand has doubled in the space of twelve months. In the CBD, some deals have again crossed the threshold of €800/sqm/year”


Leeds Office Survey

14. Juli 2010

The next 12 months will be the best time of this cycle for occupiers to capitalise on attractive terms on which to acquire new office space.  


Market in Minutes: Ireland Development Q2 2010

14. Juli 2010

“Development land values are down significantly from the peak of the market in 2006 and spend on land has effectively dried up. Demand will be very limited for the foreseeable future, with the emergence of license agreements as a means to developing out larger ready to go sites expected to be a key part of the marketgoing forward.”  


Manchester Office Survey

09. Juli 2010

The market remains two tiered with a contraction of larger floorplate supply, but fierce competition between landlords for smaller enquiries. Take-up in the first half of 2010 totalled 318,004 sq ft. This is 37% up on the first half of 2009. 34% of space taken was Grade A specification.  


The Case for Housing: The impact of house building on the UK economy

07. Juli 2010

A substantial increase in house building of 100,000 homes per annum would not only deliver much needed housing, it would create jobs, boost tax revenues and cut government borrowing by £23 billion over the life of a new parliament.



Mat Oakley

Mat Oakley

Commercial Research

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Lydia Brissy

Lydia Brissy

European Research

Savills Paris

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