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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: 572 found

 

Madrid office market - Q3 2008

28 October 2008

The uncertainty in the financial markets and the inflexibility in the supply of credit are slowing down the investment market even more. The adjustment in yields continues and we expect them to reach levels that were unthinkable a few months ago.

 
 
 

European Commercial Markets Q3 2008

22 October 2008

“Limited transaction evidence and market instability have caused uncertainty around the current pricing levels. We believe that until liquidity is restored in the markets investors will continue to apply higher risk premiums on property.

 
 
 

Luxembourg Office Market

22 October 2008

“Take-up, which has been heavily dependant on the financial sector, will likely soften as the expansion of the financial groups declines.The future of the Luxembourg investment market will depend heavily on its main p

 
 
 

The Netherlands Retail Market

16 October 2008

“Overall activity on both the investment and the leasing markets has weakened considerably over the year. On non-prime locations both rent and yield levels are therefore under considerable pressure. On high-street locations rent levels remain stable, due to strong national and international demand. We expect prime retail to keep on outperforming the property market.”

 
 
 

Barcelona Office Market - Q3 2008

14 October 2008

Through to April, demand and rental values remained relatively stable. From May however, it was apparent that the occupier market was to become sharply weaker, due to the effects of the financial turmoil. This uncertain economic environment has mainly affected the investment market, with a rise in yield expectations on the part of investors of 150 basis points in the last twelve months.

 
 
 

Industrial Market Watch

24 September 2008

 

 
 
 

Madrid office market - Q2 2008

04 August 2008

Our expectations for the office market compared to other sectors continue to be optimistic. We expect that some interesting properties will come on to the market in the coming months. Companies who are looking to dispose assets should set a clear and coherent strategy in order to maximise capital gains.

 
 
 

Brussels Office Market

23 July 2008

“Despite the challenging economy, the letting market performed well over H1 2008 with some key deals noted. It is the Capital Markets where activity has suffered with investment levels in Belgium down 46% compared to H107. Nonetheless, we have not seen an outward shift of the prime yield, which today remains unchanged at 5.6%. This is notable especial

 
 
 

European Warehousing Markets

16 July 2008

“The logistics sector faces the challenges of environmentalism and rising costs. The developers are bearing the pressure to deliver state of the art accommodation that will meet these challenges and will satisfy occupier and investor expectations.”

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European Commercial Markets Q2 2008

09 July 2008

“The prolonged impact of the credit crisis is causing pessimism in both occupational and capital markets. Average prime office rental growth is expected to be zero for the year and the repricing of risk to continue across all sectors.&rd

 
 
 

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