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Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
The report presents the ongoing changes in the Praga district of Warsaw.
The overview of the industrial property market in the Moscow region. The report contains the dynamics of the key indicators, the main events and trends of the market.
The overview of the retail real estate market in the Moscow region. The report contains the dynamics of the key indicators, the main events and trends of the market.
Knight Frank's Home Counties Rental Index is based on a repeat valuation methodology that tracks rental values of Home Counties residential property.
Insight into the Abu Dhabi office market covering market sentiment, demand by sector, office stock, and office rents.
A macro overview of Bahrain and how it ranks as a global hub in the GCC in terms of the economy, development, and the property market.
A brief review of Africa's tourism hotspots and where it is seeing growth in the hospitality sector.
The report examines the supply, demand and evolution of prices as well as latest trends and profile of buyers in prime residential property markets. It also contextualizes the current economic situation in Spain in terms of residential housing.
A study of the deep renovation that is living the commercial area par excellence of the Spanish capital, Puerta del Sol. It analyses how the best firms are repositioning their brand and creating a new scenario in the area, thanks to the establishment of 2nd generation flagships.
Analysis of the main office market indicators, occupier and investment, in Q3 2017.
Knight Frank's Ski Property Report assesses current property market conditions in the French and Swiss Alps and includes the latest results of our Ski Property Index.
This report examines the Kenyan real estate market's performance over the first half of 2017. It reviews the country’s economic performance and analyses the retail, commercial and residential property segments, as well as the industrial, financial and tourism sectors.
This report provides an overview of the office strata market in the CBD and North Shore markets of Sydney.
The Knight Frank Yield Guide provides a monthly update on prime yields across all commercial sectors and current market sentiment.
This report examines the factors that are driving investor and occupier interest on Henry Street, Dublin.
A comprehensive analysis of the UK’s hotels trading performance, which focuses on a detailed review of hotel revenue, cost and profitability.
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.
The Knight Frank farmland market index is an opinion-based index, compiled quarterly by professional staff in Knight Frank’s farms & estates and valuations offices in the UK. It tracks the price performance of bare agricultural land without dwellings or buildings.
Knight Frank's Luxury Investment Index (KFLII) tracks the performance of a theoretical basket of selected collectable asset classes - such as art, classic cars and wine - using existing third-party indices. Each asset class is weighted to reflect its relative importance and value within the basket.
A regular monthly update on the global and domestic developments.
Knight Frank’S Annual Assessment Of Operating Performance In The UK Care Home Sector. The Market Leading Report Includes Analysis Of Occupancy, Fees And Profitability On A Regional Basis.
Knight Frank's Prime Central London Sales Index has tracked the performance of London's luxury property market since 1976. Compiled monthly, the index is based on the valuation of a comprehensive basket of properties throughout our central London office network and is based on actual sales evidence.
Knight Frank's Prime Central London Rental Index has tracked the performance of London's prime rental market since 1995. Compiled quarterly, the index is based on the valuation of a comprehensive basket of properties throughout our central London office network and is based on rental evidence.
Knight Frank’s house view on the commercial market segment.