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.
Market report European investment March 2013
15 March 2013
The overall volume invested in 2012 in our survey area increased by 10.3% compared to the previous year to €116.9 billion.
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29 July 2014
Belgian investment volume stood at €1.3bn in H1 2014
28 July 2014
“Since forecasts of major economic indicators are supportive for Poland, in comparison to European averages, we believe that current pace of officedevelopment in Warsaw will be maintained over the next few years.” Tomasz Buras, Head of Poland
15 July 2014
Take-up declines unexpectedly while rents rise
11 July 2014
Commercial investment market boom continues - residential portfolios lose momentum
09 July 2014
Investors increasingly focus on hotel and logistics properties
16 June 2014
Residential property sales in Ireland have recovered strongly. However, on a per capita basis, they remain well below international norms according to a new report by property consultants Savills.
10 June 2014
The value of Irish hotel sales will exceed €350m by the end of 2014, according to property consultants, Savills Ireland. In their latest report on the hotels market, Savills report that €115m worth of hotel sales have taken place so far this year and a further €107m are sale agreed.
06 June 2014
Rent incentives are determined by the different market fundamentals (availability, demand, confidence) combined with the individual local characteristics. They are therefore a good indicator of the general market sentiment.
05 June 2014
Strong growth in office-based employment is driving the demand for business space in Dublin. Our latest report on the Dublin market highlights that 57,000 sq m of office lettings were signed in the first three months of 2014 - a 32% increase on last year.
05 June 2014
Large portfolio transactions cause ongoing high transaction volume.
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