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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Investment Market monthly Germany - October 2017
06 November 2017

Cyclical peak reached in the commercial market? Weakest monthly volume since 2014


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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


Spain Retail Market - Spring 2008

28 June 2008

Investment market activity has been affected by economic uncertainty. Buyers continue to be looking for product although the number of transactions has dropped during the first months of this year. Investors are looking for consolidated and mature shopping centres which are dominant in their catchment area and that have a certain amount of growth po


Property Watch

14 May 2008

Savills HOK advised o


European Out-of-town Retail Markets

06 May 2008

“Consumer confidence and expenditure has been negatively affected by the global credit crisis and rising costs. However, retailers and developers are materialising their plans of expansion in undersupplied and developing regions.”<


Madrid office market - Q1 2008

22 April 2008

Due to the shortage of available quality space we expect rents to continue to rise albeit at a slower rate than in previous years.Yields will continue to soften, and this will provoke renewed interest from investor.


Barcelona office market - Q4 2007

18 March 2008

The investment market in 2008 will be marked by an increase of quality leased office buildings. The drivers of demand should remain strong with rents following a moderate upward trend.


European Commercial Markets Q1 2008

11 March 2008

“Price correction continues at a more rational rate in comparison to the latter half of 2007. Rental growth remains positive but is advancing at a lesser rate.”


Global Capital Markets Bulletin

10 March 2008

“Stock selection is becoming the key to outperformance as the credit squeeze impacts global real estate markets” 2007 was a roller coast


Property Watch

15 February 2008

While December/January can be a quiet time in the office market due to the interruption of the festive season, this year there is quite a bit to report. Firstly, take up of modern office space in Dublin during 2007 hit a new record level of 297,240 sq.m. Indeed this is such a high level that it is likely to remain the record year for some time to come. Almost 75% of the ta


Property Watch

10 December 2007

Market turnover is likely to be significantly down on last year’s record levels. Our research indicates that turnover for 2007 is more likely to reach approximately €1.85 billion, down from a peak of € 3.25 billion in 2006. However, this is broadly in line with the volume of turnover in 2005 so overall turnover levels remain relatively strong. The volume of


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