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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

 

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European Investment Bulletin

27 April 2009

“Investors are looking for realistically priced deals, especially through distressed sales. Normal investment activity can only recover when the confidence in the banking sector is restored. Under current market conditions good property fun

 
 
 

France Commercial Property Markets Q1 2009

23 April 2009

“The data for the first quarter presents the severity of the current downturn in the commercial property market. The negative data underlines the fact that the “crisis” point has been reached and market players’ wait-and-see attitude should slowly e

 
 
 

Luxembourg Office Market

23 April 2009

“Reality has finally sunk in following a record run in the letting and investment markets over the last three years. 2009 and 2010 will be very tough years to follow for Luxembourg.”  

 
 
 

Turkey Retail Market

22 April 2009

“In the current context of weakening consumer spending, the performance of a

 
 
 

Spain Retail Market - Spring 2009

21 April 2009

The unfavourable international economic conditions and the uncertainty about the outlook of the Spanish economy have eliminated investment activity in the first quarter of 2009. As shopping centre owners are gradually accep

 
 
 

European Investment Bulletin

14 April 2009

“Rising yields are expected to stimulate renewed investor interest as some investments are getting closer to their fair value. However, transaction volumes will drop due to lower availability of debt”.  

 
 
 

Central London Office Review

01 April 2009

“Vacancy rates will rise, but will peak at lower levels than those seen in either of the last two downturns.” The central London v

 
 
 

Industrial Market Watch

01 April 2009

Just over 147,000sq.m (approx.) of industrial space was taken up in the greater Dublin area in 2008.

 
 
 

Manchester Office Survey

01 April 2009

2009 is set to become a tenants’ market as more attractive terms become available.  Download Pdf

 
 
 

Barcelona Office Market - Q1 2009

18 March 2009

A difficult start for 2009 is characterised by deteriorating market fundamentals, with rising vacancy, weakening rental values and rising yields. The lack of attractive investment alternatives together with the fall in the

 
 
 

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