Savills has a dedicated research team focusing on the commercial property markets throughout Europe. With a network of offices across Europe our team is able to monitor and analyse markets and trends throughout the European property world. Its expertise is used to enhance all Savills services as well as providing bespoke research services to departments' own clients.
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20 February 2017
Almost €8.2 billion was invested in commercial property in 2016, similar to the figure achieved in 2015, just 2% down.
13 February 2017
A new report by international property consultants Savills says there has been a surge in office ‘pre-letting’ – the practice of tenants committing to lease contracts before a building has even been constructed.
12 February 2017
The manufacturing, transportation and storage sectors accounted for one-third of all new jobs created in Ireland over the past twelve months, according to a new report from Savills Ireland.
10 February 2017
Commercial 12-months volume at €53.6bn, residential at €10.8bn
09 February 2017
Despite heightened global uncertainty, the Irish economy continues to perform well. Total employment is rising by 2.9% per annum and more than 2 million people are now at work. The manufacturing, transportation and storage sectors have played a key role in this adding almost 37,000 jobs since the middle of 2014.
09 February 2017
Brexit, Trump, Renzi and more to come in 2017
07 February 2017
Financial markets look to property investment :Despite troubling factors financial markets have remained optimistic and any volatility has proven short-lived. One of the best investment volumes since the onset of the crisis :This high liquidity has generated strong demand, and as a result nearly €27.5 billion worth of capital flowed into investment markets in 2016. This represents yet another yearly increase (+3%) Lack of supply in the face of growing demand :The prime office yield fell further before levelling out at 3% by mid-year. Rising profile of foreign investors
07 February 2017
Following on from 2015, the office market in Ile-de-France proved particularly upbeat in 2016. Take-up registered q-o-q increases throughout the year to reach 2.4 million sq m; up 7% y-o-y. Spiking 23%, the impressive performance of office space exceeding 5,000 sq m has put the market on course for growth. Dwindling supply Down for seven consecutive quarters, immediate supply in Ile-de-France reached 3.53 million sq m by the end of 2016 (down 10% y-o-y). In addition, the vacancy rate fell to 6.7%, a level not seen since 2009. Muted rise in rental values At the end of 2016, rental levels remained relatively stable. In Ile-de-France, the average rent for secondary space was €323 per sq m/year, whilst the average rent in the primary market was €37
30 January 2017
Investment volume sets new record – investors focus on good logistics locations
26 January 2017
Investment opportunities 2017 – a selection
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