European Research

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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Brussels Office Market - Q4 2010

02 February 2011

“Rental growth is forecast from 2013 onwards once the burgeoning pipeline is absorbed and a real lack of grade-A space becomes an issue. Investors should consider buying 3-5-year year leases today whilst capital values are low and offer


Milan Quarterly Data Bulletin - Q4 2010

02 February 2011

“2010 has confirmed some strong market indicators, notably with take-up 35% up on 2009. Overall rents should remain stable in 2011 with some edging up in submarkets where demand is most evident”.  


Commerical Market in Minutes

03 December 2010

The UK is facing some headwinds in 2011, but the prospects are good thereafter


Milan Office Market Q3 - Autumn 2010

24 November 2010

“Q3 2010 presented some strong indicators, with good take-up levels. Despite a slight edging up in prime CBD rents, the indicators did not translate into an increase in average rental levels. Occupier preference for new or fully refurbished prem


UK Retail Warehouse Bulletin - Autumn 2010

24 November 2010

“We are now seeing competition for space on theprime schemes as retailers begin to expand.”


Barcelona Office Market - Q3 2010

18 November 2010

After nine consecutive quarters of price falls it seems that the market is beginning to show signs of stabilisation, in much the same way they did after the 1993 crisis. If history repeats itself, it could take another seven quarters for us to see the first signs of recovery in prices.


Spain Retail Market - Autumn 2010

18 November 2010

Due to a fresh burst of institutional investor interest in the sector there are a number of schemes in exclusivity which should lead to a strong year end and hopefully flow over to 2011. The lack of prime schemes available has resulted in best in class secondary centre's becoming the focus of interest.


Poland Retail Market Autumn 2010

17 November 2010

“Rising retail sales, increasing consumer credit and higher employment all combine to support an improvement in demand for retail floorspace throughout Poland in 2011. This will encouragedeveloper activity in selected locations, albeit limited to the main agglomerations.”


Commercial Development Activity

10 November 2010

Commercial development activity continued to contract in October, but at weaker rate


France Investment Bulletin - Summer 2010

09 November 2010

“In spite of the improved economic background, released financial conditions and positive letting prospects, the French investment market is narrowed by the outweighing demand over supply.”


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