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Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
The Knight Frank Yield Guide provides a monthly update on prime yields across all commercial sectors and current market sentiment.
Reports of The Death of the High Street have been greatly exaggerated. While some high streets are undoubtedly very challenged and the retail occupier market generally continues to rebase rather than rebound, our strongest high streets are more than fighting their corner.
Knight Frank’s outlook for European commercial property in 2017, with a weather map of investor sentiment for individual markets.
This report provides an insight into the basic trends across the Greater London and Western Home Counties industrial market in H1 2017.
A monthly note examining trends in the global economy, and their impact on the UK commercial property market.
Knight Frank's annual Paris Office Market Report provides an overview of Paris's vibrant office market, including both occupier and investment sectors. .
Knight Frank's biannual Germany Report provides an overview of German occupier and investment markets, featuring commentary on the key cities of Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich.
A concise overview of the Dublin office market, covering occupier and investment market trends.
Quarterly report providing a concise overview of European commercial property market trends. Data and infographics are included, summarising prime rents, prime yields and investment activity.
A report analysing Knight Frank’s quarterly statistics on the central London office market. It examines both leasing and investment indicators for the City, West End, and Docklands markets. .
The Knight Frank secondary yield guide provides a quarterly update on secondary yields across all sectors and the current market sentiment.
A quarterly report providing accurate and comprehensive information for occupiers, developers and investors with exposure to the M25 office market. The report provides an overview of the development of the office market alongside quarterly supply and demand data and local market commentary.
Active Capital gives a unique insight into the dynamics of the real estate capital markets around the world.
An overview of office market activity in Leeds and Sheffield.
The M25 Report is a comprehensive study of the South East office market from inception to future prospects. The report considers both location and the changing needs of the occupier. Through expert opinion and analysis, it identifies market hotspots and offers insight into influential trends.
This series of reports analyse the current health of the UK student housing market taking into account student numbers, investment and rental change, as well as our outlook for the coming year.
Knight Frank's annual Bucharest Office Market Report provides an overview of Bucharest's vibrant office market, including both occupier and investment sectors.
A concise report providing an overview of current trends and the future outlook for the Vienna office market. Commentary and data are included on both the occupational and investment markets.
This is an annual report which provides an assessment of the latest hotel development trends. The report identifies the UK cities which present the best prospects for hotel investment and development, with the launch of the inaugural Knight Frank UK Hotel Development Index 2017.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our retail expertise and features a selection of our showcase deals from around the world.
Retail brochure highlighting the key disciplines we cover across the sector, as well as a selection of our recent transactions.
Leisure has come of age as a property asset class. Our latest Retail Newsletter explores the fundamentals of a diverse and vibrant sector that now commands £1 of every £5 of our consumer wallet. In a deeply polarised food & beverage market, we also assess where’s hot and where might be overheating.
Knight Frank’s research report on specialist property focuses on the core specialist sectors of hotels, healthcare, student property and automotive property. The report includes an overview, an investor survey and an outlook for the year ahead.
If the capital is to achieve its full potential, London’s property industry must keep pace with an expanding economy and rising population. For London to maintain its pace of growth, we must expand the frontier of what is considered Central London, and do so on an ambitious scale.