In quarter one many projects previously postponed finally got underway, causing a bump in demand for industrial property in Shanghai, particularly in Pudong, Minhang and Jiading districts. With a robust demand, the average rental rate went up, portending an active market in the near future. Download
Surge in supply and sustained demand push up December sales
The success of last year's 2010 Asian Games—held during 12–27 November—has greatly benefitted Guangzhou on many levels, including macroeconomic, town planning and property-market development.
This quarterly publication focuses on the primary residential markets across 20 of China's main cities. The report provides key statistics on price trends, the volume of property for sale in each city and provides an update on the government's housing policy.
Nicholas Holt examines the background, the challenges and possible impacts of the creation of a single market with free movement of goods, services, foreign direct investment and skilled labour.
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
The Knight Frank Outlook for Key Asian Cities covers the residential, office and retail sectors of Beijing, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
The Yangtze River Delta Region Land Market Review reveals that the land price, land supply and land transaction in Yangtze River Delta (YRD) rebounded in the second half of 2012 after a recessionary first half.
This annual report looks at the growing hotel markets across the Greater China region. It covers hotel market performance, development trends and the outlook for the year ahead.
The Beijing Residential Market Watch tracks the performance of the prime residential market in China’s capital city.
Knight Frank Has Published The Latest Shanghai Office Market In 2020 Report. It Illustrates How Shanghai's Grade-A Office Market Will Develop In The Next Decade By Reviewing The Current Market Condition And Projecting Future Demand And Supply Levels.
Beijing And Shanghai Are Transforming Themselves Into Regional And Internationalfinancial Centres With The Aggressive Expansion Of Their Business Districts. Can Hong Kong Retain Its Position As China's Leading International Financial Hub Under Current Planning?
This annual review assesses the performance of the commercial and residential markets across China’s key cities in 2011 and sets out Knight Frank’s outlook for 2012.
In the first quarter of 2011, the high-end leasing market experienced a shortage of high-quality rental properties and an increase in demand from senior-level expatriates of multinational companies. The Shanghai residential sales market remained flat during the first two months of quarter one, with
Thanks To Stable Economic Growth, Sentiment Toward Shanghai’S Grade A Office Market Remained Positive In Quarter One. Multinational Companies Showed Strong Rental Demand, Particularly Companies Registered In The Pudong Area. By The End Of 2010, The Total Number Of Approved MNC Regional Hqs Reached 1
Designated As One Of Shanghai’S Most Important Strategic Development Areas, The Development Of The Hongqiao Central Business District (The Hongqiao CBD) Is A Priority For The Local Government.
This Report Examines The Opportunities That The Emerging Hongqiao CBD Will Offer Shanghai.
The Upcoming Shanghai World Expo And Buoyant Economic Conditions Have Improved Consumer Confidence And Stimulated Retail Sales In The First Quarter.
The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for office and residential sites respectively. This represents a loss in momentum when compared to the 9.8% and 7.7% respective growth rates in H1 2013.
Mixed Use Development research report
There has been tremendous surge of Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate in recent years. From 2009 to 2014, the total value of Chinese overseas investment volume has skyrocketed from US$0.6 billion to hit an estimated US$15 billion.
Shanghai Luxury Residential Market Report.
The Prime Asia Development Land Index tracks the derived price of prime residential (apartment or condominium) and commercial (office) development land across Asia’s key markets.
This report examines recent developer and retailer activity and highlights some key issues facing the retail industry across Greater China.
- Beijing experienced stable economic growth in 2011 with GDP increasing 8.1%
from the previous year, despite the complicated and volatile economic
environment at home and abroad.
- Two Grade-A developments were ready for occupation in the fourth quarter with
a total gross floor area of 136,000
London Residential Review
The London Review is a quarterly publication providing a detailed analysis of the prime central London sales and lettings markets.
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The Wealth Report
Catch up on all the articles in this year's Wealth Report
Prime International Residential Index
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The UK Tenant Survey 2015-16
The Tenant Survey represents the views of more than 5,000 people in the private rented sector.