Property Management

The need for landlords, landowners and property investors to generate maximum returns from their assets is increasingly important and property management advice is invaluable for doing this.

Our property management services cover all areas and asset types from large scale shopping centres, residential portfolios to rural estates, our national team of experts can provide advice on a range of services from facilities management to contract farming.

Commercial Property Management

The need for organisations to generate maximum returns from their property investments is becoming ever more important.

Residential Property Management

A full property management service for landlords, from refurbishment through to rent collection and maintenance.

Farm & Estate Management

We provide national estate management and farm management services for landowners of all kinds.

Portfolio Estate Management

We provide portfolio estate management services for national and multi-national investors, corporate owners and occupiers of all types of property.

Environment, Health & Safety and Sustainability

We monitor performance against Health, Safety and Environmental compliance, a core component within Savills Property Management process.

Property Management A-Z

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Decentralisation but not as you know it, says Savills at National Offices seminar
08 June 2015

At its National Offices presentation Savills compared today’s market with the 1990’s and challenged the notion that the UK could see the same level of mass decentralisation from London experienced 20 years ago.

Increased levels of syndication empower active lending market
02 June 2015

Savills opened its 27th annual financing property presentations today, 02 June 2015, in the City of London addressing lenders under the theme of “Too much competition? Where are the best opportunities?” The international real estate advisor identified a further 46 new entrants to the lending market over the last 12 months, totalling 150 new lenders in the last three years. The firm indicated this competition has sparked a focus on loan syndication for the bigger ticket deals, with French and Japanese banks increasingly active as well as other nationalities.