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Savills has a dedicated team of researchers who focus on the commercial property markets in Europe. With a network of offices in nine European countries, Savills European research team to monitor and analyse markets and trends in the entire European real estate world. The team's expertise is used to improve Savills services and we also offer bespoke research services to our clients.

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Investment Market monthly Germany - October 2017
06 November 2017

Cyclical peak reached in the commercial market? Weakest monthly volume since 2014


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Central London Office Review and Outlook Spring 2012

17 February 2012

The key driver of rents over the next five years will be a shortage of Grade A availability rather than a particular bounce in tenant demand.


2012 European investment trends

16 February 2012

The deterioration of economic outlook will have a negative impact on investor sentiment and market fundamentals. The focus will remain on prime, core markets and the disparity between primesecondary and core-periphery is set to widen.


Edinburgh Office Survey, Review of 2011 and outlook for 2012

14 February 2012

“Prime headline rents will begin to come under upward pressure in the second half of this year”


Spain Retail Market January 2012

06 February 2012

In 2011 close to 415,000 sqm of GLA came on to the market. For the first time in recent years the difference between the volume of new space and the beginning of the year forecast is minimal, which shows that developers carry out the projects that are clearly considered to be feasible.

Poland Investment Bulletin January 2012

Poland Investment Bulletin January 2012

31 January 2012

“Investment activity accelerated in the second half of 2011 bringing the total volume of property investment transactions to over EUR 2.5 billion. This confirmed significant interest in the Polish property market, with prime offices in Warsaw and well established shopping centres all over the country being still the most soughtafter products on the market.” Michał Ćwikliński - Director, Head of Investment Department

Poland Investment Bulletin December 2011

Poland Investment Bulletin December 2011

01 December 2011

Investment activity in the Polish property market wasmore than positive in Q1-Q3 2011, and exceeded mostexpectations. Stable economy, and still one of thehighest growth prospects within the European Unionattracted investors’ attention, particularly to the wellestablished Warsaw office market and to the retailsector.


European Warehousing Markets - Autumn 2011

18 November 2011

“Prime warehousing rents have bottomed out in the major logistics hubs and the leasing market is almost solely driven by owneroccupiers and built-to-suit developments. The sector remains the least preferred choice for investors and the yield gap with prime retail and office properties has widened.” Eri Mitsostergiou - European Research


Quarterly data bulletin

14 November 2011

“Despite the weaker leasing activity in the third quarter of the year, there is sustained occupier demand for office space which, combined with low levels of new space delivery, maintains the rental stability in the market.” Susan Trevor-Briscoe - Italy Research


Madrid office market Q3 2011

10 November 2011

“In the midst of economic uncertainty and weak occupier market, the total investment activity for 2011 is expected to be the lowest recorded over the past decade. In addition tothe current investment stock for sale, new opportunities will also come onto the markets from owners that are seeking to obtain liquidity, due to tight financing conditions”. Pablo Pavía - Head of National Capital Markets.


Spanish Investment Market October 2011

10 November 2011

'The turmoil in the global economy is holding back investment activity in southern Europe and Spain. In 2011 the national market will record its lowest investment volume in adecade. Although there is product available, investors are increasingly conservative and continue to wait for the perfect investment. The increase in the cost of financing and growing problems in gaining access to credit are slowing down sales processes.' Danny Kinnoch - International Investment Director.


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