(Y)Our Space Discover Your New World Of Work
Knight Frank’s second edition of (Y)OUR SPACE is out now, featuring insights from almost 400 global occupiers. The research uncovers how businesses will re-align their office space strategies for the new world of work across four themes: strategic, safe, sustainable and smart.
Knight Frank The Wealth Report: Implications for Commercial Real Estate 2021
Knight Frank’s commercial supplement highlights the data and salient survey points from our global Attitudes Survey, and explores the outlook of future trends in global commercial real estate investment.
Knight Frank The Wealth Report 2021
The global perspective on prime property and investment, including global wealth movements, property hotspots around the world and luxury investment trends. Read more here.
Knight Frank Asia Pacific Capital Markets Report, H2 2020
The Knight Frank Asia Pacific Capital Markets report provides an in-depth look at the performance of the region’s major capital markets, examining the macroeconomic backdrop, key markets trends and investment performance affecting the region.
Knight Frank Retail Property Market Outlook 2021
2021 will be a far better year for Retail than the “annus horribilis” of 2020. Knight Frank’s latest Retail Property Market Outlook takes a look at the “new norm” for Retail, exploring what’s in store and positions their forecasts for 2021.
Knight Frank Asia-Pacific Residential Review, H2 2020
Despite an overall slowdown in residential sales activity due to the vulnerable economic state, 14 of 20 cities tracked in the Asia-Pacific region recorded positive annual growth in the second half of 2020.
Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index, Q3 2020
The Index’s annual rate of growth has increased from 4.1% to 4.7% between Q2 and Q3 2020; Auckland is ahead of the average with an annual growth of 5.5%. Record low interest rates, huge fiscal stimulus measures as well as a release of pent up demand in Q3 are driving this growth.
Knight Frank Global House Price Index, Q3 2020
New Zealand is APAC’s top performing country in terms of annual price growth as reported in Knight Frank’s Q3 Global House Price Index.
Knight Frank Prime Global Forecast 2021
Knight Frank’s Prime Global Property Forecast for 2021 indicates that we are expecting prices in the majority of key prime markets to remain flat or increase in 2021, including a 4% increase in Auckland.
Knight Frank Asia Pacific Real Estate Outlook Report 2021
The report highlights six key trends that will shape the market in the coming year and pinpoints sectors to watch, including prime residential, office, industrial, specialist sectors and capital markets.
Knight Frank Prime Global Cities Index, Q3 2020
Auckland is the city with the fastest-rising prime prices in the year to Q3 2020, with a surge in demand post lock-down as New Zealander’s re-evaluate their priorities.
Knight Frank Active Capital Report 2020
Economic uncertainty has hit an all-time high, and a clear by-product of this has been an evolution of the macroeconomic themes that shape investment decisions.
Knight Frank Asia Pacific Prime Office Report 2020
What do increasing levels of office supply and sub-leasing mean for occupiers and investors?
Knight Frank Global Cities Q2 2020
The index’s annual rate of growth has slowed slightly from 3.6% to 3.4% which is hardly surprising given most markets have been stopped in their tracks at some point due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Knight Frank Global Development Report 2020
From technological advances with an increase in working from home to the importance of wellbeing, we talk to some of Knight Frank’s global network to get their view on how residential developments may change for the future.
Knight Frank Global House Price Index Q2 2020
Despite a number of markets seeing a decline in prices year-on-year this quarter, New Zealand is Asia Pacific’s top performing country in terms of annual price growth.
The Rural Report 2020
The 10th anniversary edition of the Knight Frank Rural Report focuses on the future of rural property and business, looking at the key ingredients for strategic planning, emerging sectors and opportunities, and the impact of Covid-19.