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.
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: 589 found
02 December 2016
Retail property rents are entering a phase of slower growth. Nonetheless increases of between 7 and 10 per cent are predicted over the next 2 years according to a new report from property consultants, Savills Ireland.
14 November 2016
The occupier market performs well despite the lack of mega-deals (>10,000 sq m). Y-o-y take-up figures and number of deals signed for spaces <10,000 sq m grew by 28% and 14% respectively.
14 November 2016
How will our leisure demands change in 2025?
07 November 2016
Despite a slowdown in take-up of industrial property in Q3 2016 compared to Q3 2015, Savills believe that the outlook for the sector remains positive.
04 November 2016
Residential property in university cities – still a buy?
03 November 2016
Our comparative study of the office of tomorrow from the perspective of Generations X and Y
28 October 2016
The care home investment volume since the beginning of the year reached approximately €2.6bn. This is 60% higher than during the same period last year.
19 October 2016
Core no more? Is the retail sector running out of fungible properties?
18 October 2016
Despite demand far exceeding the supply coming onto the market, we expect 2016 to be a record year in terms of transaction volume
17 October 2016
Supply shortage drives prime yields below 4%
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