Internationale Marktberichte

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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.

 

Ergebnisse „Marktbericht suchen“: 2640

 

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

15. April 2009

The recurring theme across the prime markets is that the end of the worst price falls is in sight. Buyer interest is beginning to emerge and an increase in applicant numbers is reported by agents. This has yet to translate into increased transaction volumes though. Turnover remains significantly curtailed.

 
 
 

European Investment Bulletin

14. April 2009

“Rising yields are expected to stimulate renewed investor interest as some investments are getting closer to their fair value. However, transaction volumes will drop due to lower availability of debt”.  

 
 
 
Seoul Office Briefing Q1 2009

Seoul Office Briefing Q1 2009

08. April 2009

Fallout from the economic crisis saw the sharpestquarterly contraction in office leasing demand inQ1/2009 since the Asian Financial Crisis. Nevertheless,with vacancy still at historically low levels, rents havecontinued to rise.

 
 
 

Spotlight on... Scottish Residential Property Market

07. April 2009

After a period of record growth, residential values in Scotland have fallen, with a sharp decrease in transaction levels during 2008. All sectors of the market, including prime, have been affected. We expect a challenging market for the remainder of 2009, more stable conditions in 2010, followed by meaningful growth by 2012.

 
 
 

Central London Office Review

01. April 2009

“Vacancy rates will rise, but will peak at lower levels than those seen in either of the last two downturns.” The central London vacancy rate rose throughout the year due to development completions rather than tenant returns.  

 
 
 

Industrial Market Watch

01. April 2009

Just over 147,000sq.m (approx.) of industrial space was taken up in the greater Dublin area in 2008.

 
 
 

Manchester Office Survey

01. April 2009

2009 is set to become a tenants’ market as more attractive terms become available. Take-up at the end of 2008 was a buoyant 993,001 sq ft (wider CBD take up totals 1,037,012 sq ft). These figures are the most impressive take-up figures since 2001.  

 
 
 

Barcelona Office Market - Q1 2009

18. März 2009

A difficult start for 2009 is characterised by deteriorating market fundamentals, with rising vacancy, weakening rental values and rising yields. The lack of attractive investment alternatives together with the fall in the Euribor has nonetheless contributed to a number of investment deals, which are based on quality assets, tenant strength and long lease term contracts.    

 
 
 

UK Serviced Apartment Market

17. März 2009

“Serviced apartments, a real alternative to hotels and residential” 3,400 known serviced apartment units are in the planning pipeline, the bulk of which are in London. Combined with existing units this will bring total supply in the UK to just over 10,500 units.      Zur Publikation (PDF)

 
 
 

Birmingham Office Market Overview

12. März 2009

Tenants are set to benefit as more attractive terms become available in 2009. Lack of rental growth and concerns about tenant default are rising to the fore as reasons to delay acquisitions. However, we are of the view that sterling as a currency is significantly oversold, which presents a positive position for non-domestic investors.  

 
 
 

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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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