Knight Frank, the global property adviser, has released its Summer 2021 European Office Outlook Report, providing an overview of commercial property trends for the first-half of the year.
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Knight Frank, an independent global property consultancy, has released its Asia-Pacific Warehouse Review for H1 2021 which tracked prime warehouse rents across 17 key cities registering a marginal change of -0.1 per cent half-on-half. Going forward, Knight Frank expects the region’s warehouse sector to remain stable for the rest of the year, with e-commerce continuing to be the main demand driver for new leases.
Global property consultancy Knight Frank has revealed that the UK’s Build to Rent (BTR) market received record levels of investment in the first two quarters of 2021.
As Covid guidelines are lifted and the nation begins to return to the workplace, a recent survey shows that more than eight out of 10 people are expecting their employer to offer hybrid working.
The Government may be encouraging people to return to work, but new research from Hitachi Capital Business Finance reveals that big and small businesses are moving in opposite directions, with smaller enterprises opting to stay at home and seeing more business benefits in home and hybrid working models going forward.
Ten per cent of London’s office stock may become unusable in 2023 due to low EPC rating, says Colliers
Around 20 million sq ft of London’s office space, equating to almost 10 per cent of stock, has an EPC rating of F or G making it potentially unusable when new MEES regulations come into effect in 2023, requiring a minimum rating of E.
The commercial office investment market in the South East of England has seen one of its busiest first halves of the year ever, according to the latest research from Knight Frank.
Real estate was the sole private markets asset class tracked by Nasdaq eVestment’s Private Markets Monitor to see an increase in total reported commitments in Q2 2021 compared to Q1 2021, likely reflecting renewed confidence in the sector from public pension plans this year.
Despite the national and international travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 crisis, the luxury end of the real estate market in Marbella is more active than ever.
The UK buy-to-let (BTL) market remained resilient through the Covid-19 pandemic and has features that could help it remain buoyant, says S&P Global Ratings in a new report.