Savills IM’s Dynamic Cities analyses and ranks 130 European cities across 6 categories, highlighting those able to attract and retain talent, spur innovation and increase productivity, which encourages the wealth and population growth that drives successful commercial real estate markets.
For the past two decades, JLL and LaSalle have played a leading role in the pursuit of greater transparency and higher ethical standards in the global real estate market. Through 10 editions of the Global Real Estate Transparency Index (GRETI) they have created what is today a widely used and highly valued industry benchmark for assessing transparency.
Drawing on local expertise from across Knight Frank's global network, the company's second edition of Active Capital explores the emerging capital superhighways and identifies the factors exerting the greatest gravitational pull on a country’s inbound capital flows, before turning to active purchasers and the property sectors on which they are focused.
The 2nd edition of the Iberian Real Estate Investment Guide provides insights into Spain and other countries property markets, as well as their respective legal and tax structures, and is therefore a useful tool to support investor strategies.
The research demonstrates for the first time how investors as well as citizens benefit from compact urban forms with good public transport connections, shared green spaces, and a mix of housing, shops, services, and businesses rather than urban sprawl. The research findings support the understanding and practices of leading investors in this field.
The rising demand for global Higher Education continues to attract institutional capital to invest in European student accommodation with transactions up 29% year-on-year to some €13.6bn across the continent in 2017, according to a new investment guide from Cushman & Wakefield. Cushman & Wakefield's latest Student Accommodation Guide highlights trends in European markets and ...
The luxury goods industry has undergone major changes over the past two decades. Varying economic trends, rapid digital transformation and evolving consumer preferences are creating a new competitive landscape which is challenging the traditional corporate strategies. The world’s 100 largest luxury goods companies generated sales of US$217bn in FY2016 and the average luxury goods annual ...
The Index covers 131 major established and emerging markets and tracks a broad range of factors to identify cities that have the strongest short-term socio-economic and commercial real estate momentum, and those that have the future-proofing capacity for longer-term success.