Selected International Research Reports

Savills Research & Consultancy aims to offer objective advice to clients in order to help them make well-informed real estate related decisions and realise pre-defined goals.

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European Cities 2017

13 June 2017

This report is about the people and organisations who live and work in European cities. Companies looking for workspace in Europe have a great variety of cities to choose from. We have selected twelve to examine in more detail, ranging from the global megacity of London to the much smaller, specialist cities of Frankfurt and Warsaw.

 
 
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Spotlight - China 20 Retail Cities 2017

01 May 2017

The retail market is of growing importance in China’s economy. Consumption has increased by 9.6 percentage points (ppts) as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) since bottoming out in 2007, standing at 44.7% of GDP in 2016.

 
 
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Logistics Real Estate: At The Heart Of Modern Life

18 April 2017

How will trends in modern life and technology impact logistics real estate? 

 
 
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Tech Cities: The cities at the forefront of global tech

01 March 2017

Savills Tech Cities aims to understand the many, diverse factors that make places a good location choice for the tech sector. We have identified the 22 global centres at the forefront of tech, all of which have thriving and growing tech industries. They are at the top of global shopping lists for tech companies looking for space in which to locate.

 
 
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World Office Yield Spectrum 1H/2017

01 March 2017

Globally, monetary policy remains accommodative as global growth continues a below-average rate of growth. When reported, the numbers for the second half of 2016 are expected to show global growth marginally improving.

 
 
 

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