Internationale Marktberichte

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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.


UK Retail Warehouse Bulletin

15. April 2010

“The worst is undoubtedly over for the UK economy and its retailers, but the recovery will be slow” Our turnover rents survey shows that their use is on the rise. But they remain a very selectively used tool. However, used correctly they do offer the opportunity for landlords and retailers to collaborate more closely in the future.  


Market in Minutes: Prime Residential Markets in London and Great Britian

13. April 2010

The heat is beginning to come out of the prime markets of London, particularly in those areas which led the recovery in 2009.  Caps on bonus payments, further taxes, the forthcoming election and mixed, but primarily gloomy prospects for the economy combined will restrict transaction levels and value growth over the remainder of the year.


Rotterdam Office Market Q1 2010

13. April 2010

“The occupier market in Rotterdam showed a promising first quarter with demand up by 24%. Investment however is falling significantly behind last year’s figures.”


Commercial Development Activity

12. April 2010

Marginal decline in UK commercial development activity in March. Firms noted that uncertainty about the economic outlook and the outcome of the forthcoming general election had weighed on market demand.


Market in Minutes: Commercial

12. April 2010

Are the Chancellor’s forecasts for economic growth achievable? Prime yields in most cases are now in line with, or below, their long term average levels. While a pickup in demand is partly responsible for this, clearly the more significant driver has been shortages of prime stock to buy.  


UK Commercial Leisure Bulletin

12. April 2010

“Both consumer spending on leisure, and rental growth on leisure assets, have been more resilient through this downturn than in other asset classes”  


Shopping Centre and High Street Bulletin

06. April 2010

“We take the view that the best shops and stores are undervalued" While the investment markets remain severely constrained by the pricing and availability of finance, some signs are emerging that investor enthusiasm for better locations and covenants has increased.    


Market in Minutes: Farmland Q1 2010

05. April 2010

The terrible weather conditions endured by so much of the country earlier this year had a knock-on effect on farmland market activity. In January the number of acres publicly marketed was just 886 acres compared with 2,717 acres in January 2009. Since then supply levels have picked up particularly in the South West and the East and overall supply to the end of March was up by 10% on last year.


Spotlight on... Scottish Residential Property Market

05. April 2010

Following free-fall in 2008 there was a stabilisation of the prime market (properties valued at £400,000 and above) in 2009, with a modest rise in values of around 3% towards the end of the year. We expect this gradual trend will continue throughout 2010 and that annual price changes, for prime Scottish property, will increase to around nine per cent by 2012.


Barcelona Office Market - Q1 2010

01. April 2010

There has been an exceptional level of office take-up activity in the first quarter. Combined with compression of prime yields and a certain stabilisation of rents, this seems to have resulted in a change of trend of capital values that will have to be maintained over a few consecutive quarters before we can confirm it.



Mat Oakley

Mat Oakley

Commercial Research

Head Office London

+44 (0) 20 7409 8781


Lydia Brissy

Lydia Brissy

European Research

Savills Paris

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