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  • Capital Views: What Next for European Real Estate? cover image

    Capital Market Reports

    Capital Views - What Next for European Property Investment?

    Trends for the market in 2017: Risk and volatility will be with us throughout 2017 but real estate should still have the wind at its back, at least for the best assets and locations. Across Western Europe, we expect prime yields to fall 30-­40bps, rents to edge up 2-­3% and European investment volumes overall to rise 6% as profit taking frees up opportunities.


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  • The Stoddart Review - The Workplace Strategy

    Topical Reports

    The Stoddart Review - The Workplace Advantage

    The Stoddart Review reveals that an effective workplace can improve business productivity by as much as 3.5%. The Review – published to commemorate the work of industry giant and former Cushman & Wakefield Director, Chris Stoddart, MCIOB, FBIFM – urges businesses and the workplace industry to question their workplace strategies now… and seize the opportunity to change how our people work for the better. Read more

  • BPO

    Occupier Reports

    Business Process Outsourcing Location Index 2016

    Cushman & Wakefield’s comprehensive global report – Where in the World? Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) & Shared Service Location Index – assesses factors likely to affect the successful operation of BPO functions around the world. The report ranks top outsourcing locations worldwide by assessing costs, risks and operating conditions. Read more

  • European Shopping Centre Development Report cover image

    Real Estate Market Reports

    European Shopping Centre Development Report November 2016

    This edition of the European Shopping Centre Development Report shows shopping centre delivery is set to accelerate after a muted first half of 2016 saw just 1.3m sq m of new shopping centre space added, 7% less than the equivalent period a year previously.  Read more

  • UK investment briefing

    Capital Market Reports

    UK Investment Market - November 2016

    The UK property sector has stabilised after the Brexit shock and while it is too early to say the market has fully corrected to an event that is still, after all, largely an unknown, sentiment and the immediate outlook have clearly improved. Read more

  • Main Streets Across the World 2016/2017

    Real Estate Market Reports

    Main Streets Across the World 2016/2017

    The annual Main Streets Across the World 2016/2017 report tracks 462 of the top retail streets around the globe, ranking them by their prime rental value utilising Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary data. Read more

  • The DNA of Real Estate Q3 2016

    Real Estate Market Reports

    DNA of Real Estate: Q3 2016

    The DNA of Real Estate Q3 2016 covers the key office, logistics and high street destinations within Europe and provide an overview of their quarterly performances, giving you a summary of prime rents and yields for the respective cities and markets.  Read more

  • european lending trends report Oct 2016

    Capital Market Reports

    European Lending Trends October 2016

    European Lending Trends October 2016: Lending conditions remain positive across Europe with a positive balance of lenders reporting an increase in originations and refinancing in the coming six months. For loan originations 80% of lenders expect activity to be the same or up compared with the last six months.   Read more

  • Winning in Growth Cities 2016/2017

    Capital Market Reports

    Winning in Growth Cities 2016/2017

    The 6th edition of the global flagship Winning in Growth Cities report, launched at Expo Real 2016, is an annual survey of global commercial real estate investment activity which lists the cities most successful at attracting capital.  Read more

  • Oil and Gas Thumbnail

    Occupier Reports

    Oil and Gas Report

    Cushman & Wakefield Research's global report “Oil: the Commodity We Love to Hate” assesses the impact of lower oil prices on the world’s major energy cities and provides insights into office fundamentals going forward.  Read more

  • New Europe, Richard Pickering

    Topical Reports

    New Europe

    Subscribe to Wednesday's New Europe email: a personal view of the business and role of property in new Europe from Richard Pickering, Head of UK Research & Insight  Read more

  • European Retail Development

    Real Estate Market Reports

    European Retail Park Development

    Retail parks stand out as locations of choice for many retailers and the nature of those retailers is changing. There are a number of traditional high street and shopping centre retailers who are testing the waters, trying to understand if retail parks are a viable option in their portfolios, alongside the traditional locations they have occupied in the past (e.g. H&M, Zara, Célio, C&A, CCC, Vision Express).  Read more

  • The DNA of Real Estate Q2 2016

    Real Estate Market Reports

    The DNA of Real Estate: Q2 2016

    The DNA of Real Estate covers the key office, logistics and high street destinations within Europe and provide an overview of their quarterly performances, giving you a summary of prime rents and yields for the respective cities and markets. Read more

  • Digital Disruption in the Workplace Report

    Topical Reports

    Digital Disruption in the Workplace 2016

    When you hear “digital” most people think about Google, Facebook or other technology companies, but now all companies across multiple sectors are transforming into a digital company. Read more

  • Capital Views: Brexit & the Real Estate Property Investment Market July 2016

    Capital Market Reports

    Capital Views: Brexit & the European Property Investment Market

    Despite speculation to the contrary, the UK has not “collapsed” since the referendum result was announced, not yet at least. Distress is palpable but it is also largely emotional rather than real or linked to actual assets and a need to trade or move. Some prices have been chipped or deals delayed but those waiting for blood on the streets have longer to wait.  Read more

  • Brexit UK Business Reaction

    Topical Reports

    Brexit: Cushman & Wakefield UK Business Reaction

    Senior figures from across Cushman & Wakefield UK business give their reactions to  what the EU referendum result means for different real estate sectors and regions. Read more

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