Whether our clients are acquiring, selling, managing or investing in property, good decisions depend on accurate, carefully analysed information. Our team makes a close study of real estate globally, delving into specific sectors and markets as well as exploring broader real estate trends. We report back to our clients via publications, reports and presentations.
Why do they choose to work with us?
The research team has access to data, market intelligence and human expertise from a worldwide network of CBRE offices. The EMEA research team alone numbers 106 people in 43 EMEA countries and incorporates a specialist cross-border research team. The findings we report to our clients have a depth - and a value - that other firm’s researchers cannot match. It’s how we give our clients a competitive edge.
Which specialist services do we offer?
Regular local market analysis and reports
Analysis and reporting of regional and global trends
Fifth annual research report which surveys key real estate decision makers to provide invaluable insight into business strategy, real estate mandate and workplace trends that are impacting the industry, while reporting what trends are being predicted for the occupier market over the next 48 months.
Economic stimuli strengthen investment case
Industrial investment volumes have surged in the past two years, driven by a search for
yield and the high income returns that are a feature of the industrial asset class. Now,
market growth is underpinning the case for industrial investment, as economic growth,
the Euro exchange rate, oil prices and structural change in retail supply chains are
combining to create a stimulus for the occupier market. Occupier demand has become
increasingly polarised, however, and there is growing concern about availability of
By: Marie Hunt, Executive Director, Ireland Research, CBRE
Considering the many favourable characteristics that Ireland offers at this juncture, there is no doubt that some of the large volume of debt and equity currently chasing property investment opportunities across Europe will look towards Ireland.
• Platform deals and corporate activity increasingly taking over from traditional deals.
• CEE investment volumes increase 5% Y-o-Y.
• Office investments decline by almost 70% Y-o-Y.
• Retail investments strongly on the rise, and driven by the sale of Palladium shopping centre in Prague.
By: Richard Holberton, Senior Director, EMEA Research, CBRE
Executing workplace strategies in locations and buildings of differering quality is a growing issue on the corporate agenda. In quite a lot of European markets it will continue to be formed against a background of limited choice of prime space.