Further declines in both rental and sales prices, mixed in with some market positives
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
Despite the supply-demand imbalance, Grade A and B rents appear to have bottomed out after trending down since 2008
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.
A detailed overview of Dubai's prime residential market in 2013.
In The First Half Of 2013, The Number Of Enquiries For Industrial And Logistics Property Weakened Across All Sectors, With The Exception Of Pharmaceuticals Where They Held Steady. Not Surprisingly, Interest Was Strongest From Light Industrial/Manufacturing And Third Party Logistics Firms, With The T
A Snapshot Of Bahrain's Office Market Performance Q1, 2014 Focusing On Leasing, Uptake, Development And Rental Prices.
Analysis of the office market in Doha including supply and demand trends and the main focus of activity
Industrial occupier demand continues to strengthen in Dubai, but availability remains limited
An overview of Abu Dhabi’s logistics & industrial sector and market activity.
Urban re-generation expected to play an important role in delivering suitable housing for Riyadh’s rising population
Lower oil prices are leading many in the GCC to wonder about
the possible implications for real estate. In the near-term,
weaker sentiment and its impact on the residential property
sector is the principal downside risk. Commercial property
however should be able to shrug off such concerns as th
A review of recent trends in the Global Investment market, with a focus on pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.
In recent months, the spotlight has been firmly on Dubai’s residential property
sector, where – after trending up for a number of years – rental value growth has
stalled and prices have begun to register falls.
Against a backdrop of low interest rates globally and relatively volatile financial markets regionally, the flow of capital into real estate has continued. Demand for institutional quality assets across Dubai and other key GCC centres has been rising.
A quarterly review of the Dubai residential market, highlighting trends and analysis property prices.
In Q1 2015 the hospitality market in Dubai exhibited strong performance in relation to other major markets in the Middle East, despite a dip in key performance indicators, which were primarily attributable to global currency fluctuations and a declining Russian market.
الإصدار الأول من تقرير المركز الاقليمي يبحث أداء دبي مقارنة بالمراكز الاقليمية الأخرى حول العالم من خلال تطور أربعة قطاعات عقارية رئيسية على مستوى الاقتصاد الكلي والجزئي: العقارات المكتبية، الصناعية، السكنية والفندقية.
As the UAE retail market witnesses additional upcoming supply, the market needs
to mature and position existing and future supply. With an existing and upcoming supply of over
10 million sq m (107 million sq ft), the retail provision per capita continues to be one of the highest
in the world.
Introducing the first report of a series of research bulletins on key Africa growth hotspots based on Knight Frank’s 2015 Africa Report.
According to the latest research bulletin on Africa’s property hotspots issued by Knight Frank, Nigeria is gradually attracting international investment interest as a result of robust economic growth and a wide range of investment opportunities.
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.