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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.
Report summarising the five key trends that will impact the global retail banking sector over the next five years.
Quarterly report aimed exclusively at occupiers, it provides easy access to core real estate market data covering major global office markets.
Knight Frank's Africa Report provides an overview of the continent's diverse property markets. Commentary is provided for 30 countries across Africa, along with guides to prime rents and yields in the office, retail, industrial and residential sectors.
Discover the immense what opportunities can in the built environment along the Belt and Road Initiative offer.
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This report examines the factors that are driving investor and occupier interest on Henry Street, Dublin.
The report analyses the real estate investment market in Poland and CEE.
Our comprehensive study of real estate in the 40 leading cities around the world.
The Global Capital Markets Capability Statement showcases our global network, our expertise and examples of recent cross border trophy transactions we have undertaken across our four main core global territories of Asia Pacific, Middle East, The Americas and Europe.
The overview of the retail real estate market in the Russia. The report contains the dynamics of the key indicators, the main events and trends of the market.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our retail expertise and features a selection of our showcase deals from around the world.
MIBC Moscow-City office market report contains key submarket indicators dynamics, latest events and trends.
This report takes an in-depth look at current retailing activity on Grafton Street.