With Brexit’s official date fast approaching, how will the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union affect the European commercial real estate market? Thanks to an extensive international research network, Knight Frank is pleased to share with you its second study on the matter.
In addition to providing a detailed overview of Dublin’s office leasing and investment market, the report contains a special focus on the performance of the Dublin office market in a European context.
Knight Frank’s outlook for European commercial property in 2018, with a weather map of investor sentiment for individual markets.
We are delighted to introduce the Dublin Office Market Review and Outlook 2018. In addition to providing a detailed review of Dublin’s office leasing and investment market in 2017 and an outlook for 2018, the report contains a focus on the impact of the TMT industry on Dublin’s office market.
Our comprehensive study of real estate in the 40 leading cities around the world.
Compelling market fundamentals have brought global student housing specialists to Dublin, helping to alleviate the prevailing undersupply. This report explores how the market is likely to unfold over the coming years.
An overview of Knight Frank's portfolio of managed properties/track record across Europe. Why choose Knight Frank
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.
The rise of the global tech real e-state market.
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.