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.
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European property: 2015 themes
20 January 2015
Property investor sentiment and their consequent market choices will be determined by a variety of economic and geopolitical factors in Europe and their home countries next year.
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30 July 2015
German universities have registered a significant increase in student numbers in recent years. Almost 2.7 million students were enrolled in Germany during the 2014/15 winter semester. However, certain cities have already started to witness a decline in student numbers.
29 July 2015
Heading for new records? Residential: yes! Commercial: maybe.
29 July 2015
Transaction volume for the first half-year exceeds total volume for 2014
29 July 2015
Take-up rises further - decline in vacancy rates and rental growth continues
13 July 2015
Transaction volume in June 2015 almost as high as total volume of 2009
09 July 2015
Until now, private operators have mostly restricted themselves to the prime segment. This is unlikely to remain the case since the mid-price segment has enormous potential for growth. The same applies to non-student target groups, meaning that 'student living' could evolve into 'micro living'.
08 July 2015
The French Riviera is ‘next in line’ for this attention along with other select Mediterranean and Caribbean enclaves. Linked to the French economy and property markets, it is nevertheless out-performing and set to do so in the future. This report will tell you why.
07 July 2015
Dublin office yields falling but still higher than Celtic Tiger years.
22 June 2015
The construction boom in student accommodation is taking place almost exclusively in the high-price segment. The degree of saturation may still be low but this will increase significantly over the coming years. In some cities, this may even result in overbuilding.
15 June 2015
According to the latest French student housing report, growing investor interest and limited supply has put downward pressure on prime yields causing them to move in by 20 basis points in the last three years.
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