Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Knight Frank’s outlook for European commercial property in 2018, with a weather map of investor sentiment for individual markets.
Analysis of the main market indicators, shopping centre openings and retail investment data in Q3 2017.
Analysis of the main logistics market indicators, occupier and investment, in Q3 2017.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our retail expertise and features a selection of our showcase deals from around the world.
A Concise Report Providing An Overview Of Current Trends And The Future Outlook For The Brussels Office Market. Commentary And Data Are Included On Both The Occupational And Investment Markets.
A review of recent trends in the Global Investment market, with a focus on pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.
Information on the Frankfurt Office market for the first half of 2014. Indicating take ups, vacancies, prime rent, Highlights and future expectations.
An overview of Knight Frank's portfolio of managed properties/track record across Europe. Why choose Knight Frank
Industrial market report
Knight Frank’s annual Global Corporate Services report provides an overview of workplace trends across the world, with analysis for markets in Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
Knight Frank Research provides strategic advice, consultancy services and forecasting to a wide range of clients worldwide including developers, investors,funding organisations, corporate institutions and the public sector. All our clients recognise the need for expert independent advice customised
The rise of the global tech real e-state market.
Published annually, the Brussels Residential Report provides a detailed analysis of the city’s sales and lettings markets, including a round-up of key market data. The report looks in detail at Brussels’s new-build housing market and highlights the latest development trends.
The 2012 international student property report examines the rise of global student mobility and what this means for student property markets. Focusing on Europe, which attracts the greatest number of international students, it names the university cities which offer the best investment opportunities