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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

 

Research search results: 599 found

 

Amsterdam Office Market Q4 2009

28 January 2010

“The office occupier market in Amsterdam has been hit fiercely by the economic headwind during 2009. Demand dropped sharply while supply rose. However, improved figures for the fourth quarter of the year, both in the letting and investment markets, suggest the beginning of the upswing for 2010.”

 
 
 

France Commercial Property Markets Q4 2009

27 January 2010

“On the investment side, improvements are multiplying. Most sought-after letting markets recorded a renewal of activity during the last quarter of 2009 but no sign of a generalised restart is still perceptible."

 
 
 

Utrecht Office Market Q4 2009

20 January 2010

“In spite of the overall economic context, the Utrecht office market remained relatively resilient with improving demand throughout 2009 and a stable level of supply. The investment activity has been fluctuating over the year”

 
 
 

Luxembourg Office Market

19 January 2010

“The domestic recovery of the letting market will be key for Luxembourg in 2010, with signs of recovery in Europe  clear. Nonetheless, the unwillingness of some owners to sell, coupled with buyer attention being focused on other core European cities points towards another difficult forthcoming year for the investment market.” <

 
 
 

The Hague Office Market Q4 2009

19 January 2010

“Occupier demand remained relatively stable in The Hague compared to the other Dutch cities especially given the economic downturn. However, the vacancy rate is rising significantly.”

 
 
 

Economic Watch

18 January 2010

The ECB kept interest rates at 1% as expected and rates are set to remain on hold until at least the Summer - BUT Permanent TSB is set to sting variable mortgage holders with another 0.5% increase in rates, despite no increase in euro-zone rates – speculation t

 
 
 

Brussels Office Market

12 January 2010

“This time one year ago only 1 buyer was around for every prime asset with 3-5 buyers today. Funds which missed their chances in 2009 will need to be quick as competition for the few prime assets is becoming more apparent. ”  

 
 
 

Poland Investment Bulletin

12 January 2010

“The after-shock of the capital market fragility earlier in the year is subsiding and there is now more focus on the performance of the occupational markets. Having this in mind, I predict that prime office yields will sharpen as occupational demand / supply comes ba

 
 
 

Rotterdam Office Market Q4 2009

12 January 2010

“Although demand is weakening, office supply fell slightly in 2009, which kept rents stable. The second half of the year showed a strong increased in investments”

 
 
 

Commercial Development Activity

11 January 2010

Growth of commercial development at end of 2009 driven by continued rebound in private sector activity. Private sector development underpinned the expansion in December, while public sector activity dropped further.

 
 
 

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