European Research

Savills has a dedicated research team focusing on the commercial property markets throughout Europe. With a network of offices in nine European countries Savills European Research team is able to monitor and analyse markets and trends throughout the European property world. Its expertise is used to enhance all Savills services as well as providing bespoke research services to departments' own clients.

The consultancy that the research department provides is used to assist policy and decision-making and in the formation of appropriate business and development strategies. The research department is used whenever an analytical approach is needed to a real estate problem or when information is needed to support decision-making.

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Brexit Briefing: The Impact on European Real Estate
19 July 2016

Investors are expected to focus on quality assets and sound fundamentals

 

Research search results: 567 found

 
Spotlight Logistic Report

Spotlight Logistic Report

16 September 2016

The ongoing expansive policy has contributed to a boom in the Swedish economy. The growth is strong compared to most mature economies in Europe and, according to the National Institute of Economic Research, Swedish GDP grew by 4.2% in 2015 and 3.9% during the first half of 2016.

 
 
 
European Investment Briefing - August 2016

European Investment Briefing - August 2016

16 September 2016

Despite the initial shock of the UK's vote to leave the European Union on June 23rd, it seems unlikely that Brexit will trigger a major economic shock via the financial channel.

 
 
 
Investment Market monthly - August 2016

Investment Market monthly - August 2016

15 September 2016

Number of megadeals decreases – as consequently does the transaction volume

 
 
 
Investment Market monthly - July 2016

Investment Market monthly - July 2016

17 August 2016

Micro-apartments: an increasingly sought-after segment among (foreign) investors

 
 
 

Madrid Office Market Q2 2016

29 July 2016

Take-up rises despite lack of mega-deals. For the second quarter running, no deals >10,000 sq m were signed in Q2 2016, yet the market has registered growth both on a quarterly basis and versus H2 2015. The annual variation in the number of deals has been positive since the end of 2013, reaffirming the notion of an expansive phase. Vacancy continues to decline. The almost 1.37 million sq m of vacant space represents a 3% adjustment and means that the vacancy rate now stands at 10.5%.

 
 
 
Three reasons why office rents will continue to rise

Three reasons why office rents will continue to rise

29 July 2016

Office rents in the top six cities have risen continuously since 2004 with the exception of 2009, the year following the financial crisis. We believe this rental growth will continue over the coming years, regardless of the consequences of the Brexit vote, and put forward three arguments in favour of this assertion.

 
 
 
Brexit Briefing: The Impact on European Real Estate

Brexit Briefing: The Impact on European Real Estate

19 July 2016

Investors are expected to focus on quality assets and sound fundamentals

 
 
 
Market in Minutes Germany commercial investment market Q2 2016

Market in Minutes Germany commercial investment market Q2 2016

14 July 2016

Transaction volume falls by 28% as willingness to sell declines

 
 
 
Market in Minutes Germany logistics and industrial investment markets Q2 2016

Market in Minutes Germany logistics and industrial investment markets Q2 2016

14 July 2016

Structural growth is attracting more and more capital

 
 
 
Market in Minutes Germany office investment market Q2 2016

Market in Minutes Germany office investment market Q2 2016

14 July 2016

Properties with rental growth potential in high demand

 
 
 

Key contacts

Lydia Brissy

Lydia Brissy

Director
European Research

Savills Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 44 51 73 88

 

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