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


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.

Seoul Office Briefing Q3 2009

Seoul Office Briefing Q3 2009

14. Oktober 2009

Average prime office face rents declined for the firsttime in 5 years in Q3/2009 as landlords brace for adoubling in Seoul's vacancy rate by the end of the yeardue to new supply.


Market in Minutes: Commercial

12. Oktober 2009

Is the current rally in values sustainable? Of the 13 sectors monitored by Savills, 9 saw further yield hardening in October, with retail warehousing (open A1) and industrial distribution reporting the largest downward shift of 50bp.  


Alternative Property Sectors - Securing an income stream

01. Oktober 2009

With a 44% decline in values from peak-to-trough, the UK property market has faced one of its toughest tests during the past two years and has focussed investors on the importance of secure income.


Spotlight on... Residential Auctions

08. September 2009

The continued improvement in market sentiment has been evidenced by an increase in the sales rate at auctions in London. Cash buyers with increasing levels of confidence in property investment, coupled with low savings rates, are fuelling demand. This is leading to both higher sales success rates and prices.


Singapore Industrial Briefing

28. August 2009

Weak economic conditions continued to have a negative impact on demand for industrial space. High pipeline supply is likely to exert further downward pressure on industrial rents and prices.    


Spotlight on... Residential Investment

24. August 2009

Despite an aspiration to attract institutional investment to the residential sector for over 20 years since the introduction of the Assured Shorthold Tenancy, increased investment into the private rented sector has largely remained the preserve of small scale private investors. In comparison to the commercial property investment, it has therefore remained a cottage industry.


Taiwan Industrial/Office Briefing

24. August 2009

End users entered the market to acquire industrial offices instead of leasing in Q2/2009 as the economy stabilized and interest rates remained low. The difference between Grade ‘A’ offi


Poland Office Market

20. August 2009

“The downturn in occupier demand for modern offices around the end of 2008 was more significant than expected with very low takeup. Over the Summer months there have been more positive signs of increasing leasing activity, whilst at the same time there is a noticeable trend for tenants to remain in their existing offices but on newly renegotiated terms. ”    


Spotlight on... Livestock

19. August 2009

The number of grazing livestock on UK farms is at an historically low level with significant numbers of producers leaving the industry. The growing shortage of breeding animals is leading to a reduced supply of product and contributing towards increased prices. This factor does however create opportunities for commercial livestock units, especially where marketing expertise is available.  


Madrid office market - Q2 2009

03. August 2009

Growing investor demand in the central business district has created a slight decrease in prime yields. At the moment, capital values are not growing, as they are being held back by the drop in rents. Over the coming six months we could see price per sqm figures hit bottom.  



Mat Oakley

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Commercial Research

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Lydia Brissy

European Research

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