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Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
A regular monthly update on the global and domestic developments.
The Philippines is one of the most attractive hubs for developers and investors, particularly in the office and retail sectors. The country has maintained its good position and is constantly improving, heading towards an even better worldwide standing.
Published quarterly, this bulletin reports the market performance of the Auctions sector across the country.
Knight Frank's Global House Price Index tracks the performance of over 50 mainstream national housing markets around the world using official data from Central Banks or National Statistic Offices in each country.
This report provides an overview of the residential market across capital cities in Australia.
This report provides an overview of purpose built student housing in the Australian market.
This bi-lingual quarterly report presents a detailed assessment of the commercial and residential property markets of Greater China, including development, investment and take-up activity within Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Published quarterly, this report provides an in depth look at the performance of Singapore's residential market, examining price performance and trends in the mainstream, prime and project sectors.
Published monthly, this report provides an overview of the performance of Hong Kong's property markets covering the office, retail and residential sectors. It includes the latest economic indicators and highlights key transactions.
The quarterly report by Knight Frank India, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and National Real Estate Development Council (NARDECO) captures the perceptions and expectations of industry leaders in order to judge the sentiment of the real estate market.
This report provides an update on residential construction in the Australian market.
The Global Residential Cities Index tracks mainstream residential prices on a city-by-city basis. Updated quarterly, the index tracks the performance of house prices across 150 cities worldwide.
A look into the buying behaviour of resident Indians into residential properties overseas.
Underpinned by the baby boomer generation, the number of persons aged 65 and over is set to almost double over the next two decades.
This report provides an outline on the retirement housing market in Australia.
Insights on Taipei's office market and Taiwan's investment market.
This report provides an overview of collective ste sales across the Australian market.
Metro Cebu remains to be one of the most vibrant economic hubs in the Philippines. The remarkable economic growth exhibited by the various cities and municipalities of Metropolitan Cebu makes the area an attractive target for diverse real estate investments.
Knight Frank Compass Report is a monthly snapshot of significant commercial and residential property news from the Australasian region.
A bi-annual commercial and residential report providing a comprehensive analysis of the Kuala Lumpur residential, retail and office markets.
Knight Frank Cambodia’s half yearly commercial and residential report provides key market updates for H1 2017, looking at current market conditions in terms of supply and demand, pricing and future market prospects
Published quarterly, this report provides an update on Singapore's investment market, providing key economic indicators and insights into the latest transaction trends.
A comprehensive analysis of the residential and office market of the top eight metros in India – Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, NCR & Pune for the period between January to June 2017.
This Insight report provides an overview of infrastructure development in New South Wales.
Undertaken jointly with KPMG and Makes & Partners this guidebook aims to provide a general overview of the Indonesia's real estate practice, legal and regulatory as well as tax structures in the property sector which foreign investors or developers must understand when considering property investme