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Property Data by Sector

Property data, infographics and market reports for economic sectors - offices, industrial, residential, retail, hotels and leisure.

Equity by vehicle type

Investor confidence in non-listed real estate remains high

5 April 2017

More than four-fifths of fund managers surveyed by INREV raised capital for deployment through non-listed real estate vehicles in 2016 at a total of €122bn.

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Hotels & Leisure Data

Dublin

Dublin dubbed hottest European city for hotel investment

11 May 2017

Dublin has topped a list of the hottest European cities for hotel investment compiled by Savills, thanks to rising visitor numbers and a constrained development pipeline.

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Changing nature of stock

South East office rental growth is set to outperform

25 June 2017

BNP Paribas Real Estate is predicting that average rents will grow faster in the South East office market over the next two years than in both London and the rest of the UK.

More office data

Graph - Cambridge office take-up and rents

Cambridge markets forge ahead with record take-up figures

2 June 2017

The latest business space research from Bidwells reveals that Cambridge is powering ahead, with record-breaking figures for the office, laboratory and industrial markets.

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Graph - average price paid for land (£m per acre)

Birmingham makes up ground on rival cities

1 June 2017

Prime residential capital values in central Birmingham are expected to reach £400/sq ft this year, which would mark a return to pre-recession highs.

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Outlets key numbers

Shopper confidence picks up despite rising inflation fears

8 June 2017

Prime residential capital values in central Birmingham are expected to reach £400/sq ft this year, which would mark a return to pre-recession highs.

More retail data

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