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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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”  


Shopping Centre and High Street Bulletin

06 April 2010

“We take the view that the best shops and stores are undervalued" While the investment markets remain severely constrained by the pricin


Barcelona Office Market - Q1 2010

01 April 2010

There has been an exceptional level of office take-up activity in the first quarter. Combined with compression of prime yields and a certain stabilisation of rents, this seems to have resulted in a change of trend of capital values that will have to be maintained over a few consecutive quarters before we can confirm it.


Central London Office Review

01 April 2010

“2009 was the nadir of this cycle. 2010 will see a supply driven rental recovery in the City, which will be followed by the West End.”


Commercial Auctions Survey

01 April 2010

“A significant amount of commercial auction buyers have less than 25% debt in their portfolios where average loan to value ratios in the UK market are 60-70%. Sellers should consider this method of sale as it gives them the best access to a competitive market of cash rich buyers.”  


French Commercial Property Markets Q1 2010

31 March 2010

“Letting activity marked time this quarter, the level of availability has peaked but rental values have stabilised or are even on the rise in some sectors.”


Sustainability Briefing: FiTs - generating additional income

10 March 2010

Considering that Feed in Tariffs (FiTs) come into effect on the 1st April, little is still known of the value benefits it can offer property investors/ owners. The potential returns associated with the scheme were boosted by the tariff rates recently publ


Commercial Development Activity

08 March 2010

Sharpest rise in commercial development activity since May 2007. February data indicated that growth of overall activity was largely driven by increased work on private sector projects.


Economic Watch

01 March 2010

Brussels gives the green light to NAMA in a week where more business are forced into liquidation, the pace of private sector credit continues to decline and the State is forced to take a 15.7% in Bank of Ireland...


Market in Minutes: Commercial

01 March 2010

Despite the prospect of rising gilt yields property will continue to prove attractive. Prime yields, on the whole, held in February with only


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