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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Amsterdam Office Market Q1 2010

20 April 2010

“The Amsterdam office market seems to be recovering, albeit gently. Tenant demand increased by 10% and the investment volume is similar to last year’s average.”


Madrid office market - Q1 2010

20 April 2010

The investment market is currently on tenterhooks. Pressure to invest in both national and international prime office buildings (in the CBD or consolidated periphery) continues to increase, but there is no corresponding yield s


The Hague Office Market Q1 2010

20 April 2010

“The occupier and investor markets in The Hague are telling different stories. Demand is still falling and vacancy rising, while at the same time the level of investments clearly exceeded last year’s quarterly average.”


European Office Markets

15 April 2010

“Take-up picked up in most locations during the second half of the year, with some locations showing strong figures during the final quarter of 2009. Thanks to restricted development, rents started to stabilise a


UK Retail Warehouse Bulletin

15 April 2010

“The worst is undoubtedly over for the UK economy and its retailers, but the recovery will be slow” Our turnover rents survey


Market in Minutes: Prime Residential Markets in London and Great Britian

13 April 2010

The heat is beginning to come out of the prime markets of London, particularly in those areas which led the recovery in 2009.   Download Pdf


Rotterdam Office Market Q1 2010

13 April 2010

“The occupier market in Rotterdam showed a promising first quarter with demand up by 24%. Investment however is falling significantly behind last year’s figures.”


Commercial Development Activity

12 April 2010

Marginal decline in UK commercial development activity in March. Firms noted that uncertainty about the economic outlook and the outcome of the forthcoming general election had weighed on market demand.


Market in Minutes: Commercial

12 April 2010

Are the Chancellor’s forecasts for economic growth achievable?  Download Pdf


UK Commercial Leisure Bulletin

12 April 2010

“Both consumer spending on leisure, and rental growth on leisure assets, have been more resilient through this downturn than in other asset classes”  


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