Commercial real estate transaction volumes in Germany in 2020 were EUR59 billion, only 6 per cent below the five-year average, according to Savills.
Surveys & research
New research from property advisor, Savills Ireland has revealed that 87,318 sq m of industrial & logistics space was taken up in Dublin during Q4 2020, up almost 5 per cent on the same period in 2019.
Institutional investors plan to invest a minimum of EUR55.4 billion in global real estate in 2021, with a strong emphasis on Europe, according to the 2021 Investment Intentions survey published today by ANREV, INREV and PREA.
Global architecture, planning and design firm CallisonRTKL has released its Forecast 2021 report, with a key focus on the workplace sector.
New research by online mortgage broker Trussle has found that city living is losing its appeal among first time buyers, with the vast majority now preferring less central ocations.
Government push to ‘build back better’ undermined by failure of data to capture full potential of available land
As many as 348,000 homes could be built on brownfield land that is not being registered as available for development due to problems with the quality of the data in the planning system, a new report by regeneration specialist U+I has found.
Edinburgh’s office market proved highly resilient during a challenging 2020, with take-up nearing 500,000 sq ft and demand remaining strong, according to analysis from Knight Frank.
The Covid-19 pandemic brought about a turbulent year for hotel trading performance, with UK hotel investment in 2020 declining by 70 per cent year-on-year. This comes as 2021 is expected to see the beginning of a strong recovery during the second half of the year, driven by the mass vaccination campaign, according to leading global property adviser Knight Frank.
In 2021 ultra-prime residential property values for homes priced above GBP10 million in Prime Central London will rise by 1 per cent to 2 per cent and sales volumes will rise by up to 15 per cent say Beauchamp Estates as the luxury property market begins to gradually emerge and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The latest research by lettings and estate agent, Benham and Reeves, has revealed which tiers of the high-end London property market are most in demand amongst high-end homebuyers and where they’re looking to buy across the capital.