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.
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

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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.

 
 

Spotlight on... Cereal Prices

16. Dezember 2009

While a top performing farmer will tend to produce a higher average crop gross margin than an average-rated one, occasionally in a single year the situation will be reversed. Similarly, a top performing farmer will usually manage to sell at a higher price.

 
 
 

Oxford Office Survey

15. Dezember 2009

With falling rents and increasing incentives, will 2010 continue to be a tenants’ market? Landlords are working hard to retain tenants and maintain income, often agreeing to flexible and highly competitive packages. Cash flow rather than yield is King!  

 
 
 

Economic Watch

08. Dezember 2009

The focus this week will be on Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan, who will unveil details of Budget 2010 on Wednesday...

 
 
 

Emerging from the crisis - The Prospects for London

08. Dezember 2009

  London’s economy is pivotal to the health and success of the rest of the UK economy, accounting for 19% of UK GDP. Over the last 18 months many commentators have questioned whether London and the rest of the world’s major financial centres have been mortally wounded by the global financial crisis. Savills

 
 
 

UK Office Market

08. Dezember 2009

Investment confidence has grown in prime stock, whilst the occupational markets are still below trend. The first three quarters of 2009 recorded lower levels of take-up in all cities, with deals being done with increasing levels of incentives.  

 
 
 

European Investment Bulletin

02. Dezember 2009

“With some encouraging economic data emerging, especially for France and Germany, investor focus is concentrated on the uncertainty surrounding the occupational & debt markets to unlock the current pricing hiatus in Continental European investment.”

 
 
 

Economic Watch

30. November 2009

Fear that the global credit crisis could be re-ignited was fuelled last week as Dubai’s government asked creditors of its Dubai World’s conglomerate to suspend debt payments on its €59bn debt for 6 six months...European banks are estimated to have lent c €13b of this debt – stock markets have taken a hit... At home, attention focuses on Budget 2010 as the public sector gears up for another day of action...

 
 
 

The Good Schools Effect

30. November 2009

Access to a good school is a key factor when parents are deciding where to live: indeed, a survey by Savills in 2007 found that it’s their single most important consideration. But, as anyone who has contemplated moving into the catchment area of a popular school knows all too well, access to high-quality schools tends to come with a significant house price premium attached.

 
 
 

Property Outlook Summer 2009

26. November 2009

Welcome to our Property Outlook covering the first months of what has been a difficult year so far. Both residential and commercial property has been affected by performance of the wider economy and more specifically by the credit crunch.

 
 
 

Property Outlook Winter 2009

26. November 2009

Welcome to our last Property Outlook of a year which, to say the least, has been interesting. Looking back at what I wrote in the Spring when I said that “until we have clarity on how NAMA will work there is likely to be little transactional activity” it seems not much has changed.

 
 
 

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Mat Oakley

Mat Oakley

Director
Commercial Research

Savills Margaret Street

+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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