International Real Estate News

The London Review – Autumn 2016

The London Review is a quarterly publication providing a detailed analysis of the prime central London sales and lettings markets. It provides a round-up of key market data including the performance of Knight Frank’s Prime Central London Sales and Lettings Indices.

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UK Residential Market Update – September 2016

Knight Frank’s Residential Market Update is published monthly and provides a snapshot of the health of the UK housing market, assessing its recent performance, providing analysis of the latest economic developments and offering Knight Frank’s view on the outlook for the market.

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Shopping Centre Investment Quarterly – Q3 2016

A quarterly report reviewing the UK Shopping Centre Investment Market. The report provides a commentary on current and future trends as well as data examining who has been buying and who has been selling shopping centres, details of key transactions, in addition to yield and availability information

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Prime Central London Sales Index – August 2016

Knight Frank’s Prime Central London Sales Index has tracked the performance of London’s luxury property market since 1976. Compiled monthly, the index is based on the valuation of a comprehensive basket of properties throughout our central London office network and is based on actual sales evidence.

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Global Cities Report – 2017

As the tech and creative economy spreads to emerging market cities like Shanghai and Bangkok, and tier-two western cities like Austin and Berlin, we examine the common message coming from the 32 Global Cities surveyed in this report – that the urban economy is increasingly people-centric.

Whether a city is driven by finance, aerospace, commodities, defence, or manufacturing, the most important asset is a large pool of educated and creative workers. Consequently, real estate is increasingly a business that seeks to build an environment that attracts and retains such people.

This year’s report looks at how real estate is performing across the world.

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The London Review – Winter 2015

The London Review is a quarterly publication providing a detailed analysis of the prime central London sales and lettings markets. It provides a round-up of key market data including the performance of Knight Frank’s Prime Central London Sales and Lettings Indices.

LONG-TERM REWARDS OUTWEIGH SHORT-TERM RISKS

Growing uncertainty has caused demand to become more subdued in the prime London market. As high-value property comes under political focus in the short-term, the grounds for longer-term optimism remain strong, says Tom Bill.

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UK Market Outlook – December 2014

2014 was a good year for commercial property, with IPD total returns rising above 20% and confidence in evidence almost across the board. So what happens in 2015? Here are our predictions for next year.

A monthly report which provides a brief update on the key investment, financial and economic indicators relevant to the UK commercial property market, along with expectations for future performance.

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Investment Yield Guide – December 2014

The Knight Frank Yield Guide provides a monthly update on prime yields across all commercial sectors and current market sentiment.

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Eastern Opportunity Report 2014 by Knight Frank

The Royal Docks and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are set to join Canary Wharf as established residential markets.

These new districts have crossed the Rubicon in terms of certainty and success. These are the City’s biggest new neighbourhood areas since Canary Wharf and are interlinked through proximity, infrastructure and scale.

By 2020, these three areas will provide new homes and jobs for tens of thousands of Londoners, with new residential districts, amenities and facilities.

We have identified the Royal Docks and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, as ‘hotspots’ for home buyers and investors, especially those seeking value beyond the core areas of prime central London.

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UK Market Outlook August 2014 by Knight Frank

The latest IPD figures point to a market where the upswing is accelerating, particular when benchmarked against the 1990s recovery. June saw the IPD all property capital growth index rise by 1.6%, its strongest performance this year. All three sectors saw expansion, and once again offices led the way.

During the recession it became popular among analysts to benchmark the 2007- 2009 index figures against those for the early 1990s by having the respective peaks as zero on a graph, and then running the downturns side-by-side. Unsurprisingly it confirmed that the last downturn saw values fall much harder compared to the early 90s.

What happens if we apply the same approach to the subsequent recovery?

For this analysis we have taken May 1993 and July 2009 as the respective starting points, being the lowest points for the IPD index – so the study is inclusive of the double dip periods that characterised both recoveries.

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