Dublin is favourite for finance jobs post-Brexit
Estimates of how many of London's banking and insurance jobs will be lost to Europe’s finance sector in the wake of Brexit vary enormously.
Taxes, rather than real estate costs, likely to determine European relocations
Last summer’s Brexit vote has raised questions over London’s future as a financial centre and speculation is rife as to which European cities are set to benefit from businesses relocating employees out of the UK.
Nine trends to track in European property markets this year
Speculative development and demand for co-working spaces will be among 2017's macro-trends.
European luxury market remains strong
Buyers aren't letting exchange rates or economic uncertainty get in the way of buying their dream home.
Top five European markets for serviced apartments and Aparthotels named
New research identifies the cities offering the strongest growth prospects in this sector of the market.
How much does it cost to accommodate an employee in Europe?
Employee costs are 30 per cent more expensive in London than in Paris, according to our latest report.
Tech hubs have long-term growth potential
Where these hubs start, talent and economic growth tend to follow.
Mega-trends in European logistics
Savills research highlights the developments likely to impact both occupiers and investors in the sector.
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