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.


French Investment - Press Release

05. Oktober 2010

According to Savills, French investment volumes for Q310 are set to total approximately €2.3 billion, which will bring transaction levels since the beginning of the year to circa €7.1 billion, reflecting an increase of 60% compared to the same period in 2009.


European Office Markets Autumn 2010

01. Oktober 2010

“The signs of a moderate but still fragile economic recovery has brought some stability in the market in terms of demand and supply. On average prime office rental growth is improving and should become positive in most centres by 2011 due to limited development activity and improving employment prospects.”  


Savills Round Table - The Prospects for Residential Property Investment

30. September 2010

For the first time at this year’s RESI 10 conference, Savills has set out to measure the "good feel" – or "bad feel" – of the sector in a comprehensive sentiment survey. We covered attitudes to a wide range of different issues within the sector and received some interesting results.


Savills Sentiment Survey 2010

30. September 2010

Savills surveyed the residential property sector and this survey is based on nearly 400 respondents questioned during the first 3 weeks of September 2010.


The UK Mainstream Residential Recovery from Underwater to Dry Land

30. September 2010

All of the messages in the market for the last 12 months have centred on how London's prime housing market has 'decoupled' from the balance of the UK...


Spotlight on... Development and Investment

07. September 2010

House builders and investors found 2008 a difficult year, in the UK. House prices fell dramatically, transactions dried up, new build became a dirty word among lenders and development land values plummeted. Price falls shrank the net value of residential investment portfolios and the withdrawal of buy-to-let mortgage finance left few able to cash in on the bottom of the market.


Spotlight on... Scotlands Residential Prime Market

06. September 2010

There was an increase in transaction levels in the prime residential market in Scotland during the second quarter of 2010, compared to the same period last year, exceeding all expectations. However, the very high levels of stock on the market and the new Home Report valuation system have restrained price growth.


Commercial Auctions Market Review

01. September 2010

“Demand from cash rich buyers remains strong but with more stock expected to be released in the next 6 months and economic uncertainty continuing, caution is still evident. Motivated sellers are therefore encouraged to work with auctioneers to close the gap between buyer/seller expectations. ”  


Spotlight on... Scottish Residential Development Land

01. September 2010

A degree of stability is returning to the Scottish residential development land market, driven by both an easing of homebuyer constraints in the housing market and a shortage of housing stock. Land value growth still remains subdued, with land purchasers recognising serious long term constraints on the market.  


European Warehousing Markets

24. August 2010

“Occupier demand is slowly improving but the level of take-up remains often insufficient to absorb the significant number of vacated warehouses. Rents will continue to be under downward pressure until the end of the year in most locations.”  



Mat Oakley

Mat Oakley

Commercial Research

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Lydia Brissy

European Research

Savills Paris

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