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Over 140 companies now call Bangkok the home of their regional or international headquarters, and as office rents continue to climb to record levels, inefficient office layouts are becoming an increasingly expensive burden on the bottom line.
In Q1 2018, the activity of tenants in Bangkok remains strong. The net occupied space increased by 17,413 square metres to 4,563,551 square metres, bringing the occupancy rate to 92.31%.
Knight Frank's Global House Price Index tracks the performance of over 50 mainstream national housing markets around the world using official data from Central Banks or National Statistic Offices in each country.
In the first half of 2018, despite the impact of the Sino-US trade friction and changes in market conditions both at home and abroad, Shanghai’s gross industrial output value continued its upward trend, reaching RMB1,698.92 billion, a quarter-on-quarter (Q-o-Q) increase of 5.2%.
What is the outlook for UK capital markets? Read our latest predictions.
Quarterly report providing a concise overview of European commercial property market trends. Data and infographics are included, summarising prime rents, prime yields and investment activity.
This inaugural update explores the developments of key wealth and property themes since March, including the world’s luxury residential markets, the global demi-billionaire population and the importance of education to UHNWIs.
Inside Out is a series of publications dedicated to the latest retail trends and their impact on the property market.
The rising renewable industry is shifting energy balances and geopolitics, thereby creating new business clusters and transforming existing energy hubs. We expect new demand for occupier space, investment diversification and indirect exposure to the new energy economy through specialty assets.
The first mid-year update of The Wealth Report, focussing on key global themes in wealth and property investment.
AI and automation, law firm consolidators and more are discussed in this essential update on how the UK legal services sector is responding to five forces of change.
Published quarterly, the Asia-Pacific Prime Office Index provides occupiers, landlords and investors with a regular analysis of the rental performance of prime office properties across key markets in Asia Pacific.
Metro Manila was identified as one of the world’s hottest cities in The Wealth Report 2018. The Philippine’s significant economic momentum and positive property dynamics were recognized as factors creating sizeable investor interest around the world. .
Trends in the office market 2018.
The research analyzes the commercial real estate market in Poland.
Metro Cebu remains to be one of the most vibrant economic hubs in the Philippines. The remarkable economic growth exhibited by the various cities and municipalities of Metropolitan Cebu makes the area an attractive target for diverse real estate investments.
Published quarterly, this bulletin provides an update on Singapore's retail market, with a focus on recent developer and retailer activity.
The Knight Frank's 2018 New Homes Construction Survey gives a direct insight into the current state of the development market by surveying Ireland’s top developers.
A monthly note examining trends in the global economy, and their impact on the UK commercial property market.
This report provides an overview of the residential market across capital cities in Australia.
Review of luxury residential real estate market in Moscow. The report contains the dynamics of the key indicators, trends of market development of residential real estate in the city.
The overview of the industrial property market in the Moscow region. The report contains the dynamics of the key indicators, the main events and trends of the market.
Knight Frank's Portugal Insight report assesses current conditions across both Lisbon and the Algarve’s prime residential markets. It highlights recent market performance, demand and supply trends and provides our outlook for the market.
In the first quarter (Q1) of 2018, the vacancy rate
in Beijing’s Grade-A office market dropped by 0. 6
Percentage point quarter on quarter (Q-o-Q), while
the average rent increased by 2. 5% Q-o-Q. A number
of major Grade-A office leasing transactions were
concluded in Q1.