Knight Frank’s unique Waterfront Index measures how much additional value a waterfront location can add to a property.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential market in Chiswick. The report examines market dynamics including demand and price growth.
The Knight Frank prime Exeter city index is a valuation-based index, compiled quarterly from valuations prepared by professional staff in Exeter. The index is based on the valuation of a comprehensive basket of properties based on sales evidence.
The Knight Frank prime Winchester city index is a valuation-based index, compiled quarterly from valuations prepared by professional staff in Winchester. The index is based on the valuation of a comprehensive basket of properties based on sales evidence.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the prime residential lettings market in Marylebone. The report examines trends surrounding rental values and lettings volumes as well as providing a detailed geographical breakdown of how different markets and property types are performing.
The Knight Frank Country House Index is a valuation-based index, compiled quarterly from valuations prepared by professional staff in every Knight Frank Country office in the UK and based on actual sales evidence. .
Knight Frank's Retirement Housing Review assesses the combined impact from an ageing population, reform of the care sector, the looming pension crisis, fiscal tightening on housing wealth and housing choices for retirees.
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The London residential development review provides a detailed analysis of the capital's new homes market. The report assesses demand and supply dynamics, land market performance and highlights key policy changes affecting developers and investors in the city. .
The requirement for all new-build homes to be built to a zero carbon standard by 2016 is beginning to look distinctly unrealistic. In this report we consider the wider picture by examining the policy background, implications for developers and the market, and even the future of energy distribution.
The recovery of global investment demand for UK new-build property has been one of the most remarkable features of the residential market in recent months. This report investigates the dramatic international response to the weak pound, low interest rates and the UK's undersupply of housing.
In this review we examine how the recession has changed the market for affordable housing, and how wider political changes are beginning to impact on thinking and activity in the sector. We identify the key issues for developers, investors, housing associations and policy makers.
The Future of Residential Development highlights the challenges and opportunites faced by the house-building industry in the current economic climate and provides a number of scenarios as to the market's future development.
The South-East Residential Development Review provides a detailed analysis of the region’s new homes market. The report assesses demand and supply dynamics, land market performance and highlights key policy changes affecting developers and investors across the region.
These office outlooks provide an overview of each office's local market as well as providing a snapshot of the London and national market for comparison. The publications look at key supply and demand trends and statistics and offer an outlook for the market's short-term future.
This bespoke report looks at the impact of the new Hindhead Tunnel on the West Sussex and Hampshire property markets. It highlights the estimated improvement in journey times for local residents commuting into London and the potential impact on house prices in the local area.
The second home market was one of the most resilient sectors of the housing market throughout the recent recession. This report examines the reasons behind the market’s health, the type of product being delivered and the overall economics of investing in second homes.
This report studies London's super-prime market and the exclusive Knightsbridge development of One Hyde Park. The report assesses its performance, its influence and potential legacy.
This report looks at the performance of the £5m+ country house market. It provides a robust analysis of the current health of the sector, highlighting trends, sales volumes, buyer nationality and where the wealth comes from, along with a forecast for 2012.
The report examines the UK’s private rented sector and how some of the obstacles to institutional investment can be overcome. It also highlights the new tax rule changes which may make it more attractive for institutions to become active in the sector and includes our Spring 2012 rental forecast.
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
Knight Frank's NEO Bankside South Bank report highlights that in the last five years, the South Bank property market has outperformed average prime central London.
HS2 is a controversial high-speed rail scheme that could eventually link London to Scotland. Knight Frank provides regular updates for affected property owners along the route.
This report illustrates how London is growing taller, with a unique map of pipeline schemes in the capital. It includes an analysis of how planning and construction challenges faced by developers can be addressed, as well as a breakdown of the added value on offer for those building ‘up’.
London Residential Review
The London Review is a quarterly publication providing a detailed analysis of the prime central London sales and lettings markets.
From Sydney to submarines, discover the best locations and latest luxury lifestyle trends from around the world.
The Wealth Report
Catch up on all the articles in this year's Wealth Report
Prime International Residential Index
Going up, going down - the PIRI 100
The UK Tenant Survey 2015-16
The Tenant Survey represents the views of more than 5,000 people in the private rented sector.