The Savills World Cities Prime Residential Index recorded the weakest annual increase in capital value since the global financial crisis. What’s happened to global rental values, does it follow the same pattern?
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Rising on a global stage, tech centres such as Bengaluru, Chengdu and Buenos Aires are magnets for talent in their regions, supported by lower-cost real estate
Here is the Savills World Cities Prime Residential Index 2019, which explores the latest movements within the most established prime markets around the world
Savills Tech Cities index measures 30 cities from around the world against 100 individual metrics to establish which cities are the most successful homes for tech and start-up companies.
"Will 2019 be the year of the pre-let in the Birmingham office market?"
"Yield softening continued this month, but will the return of opportunistic investors to the market signal the bottom of the current cycle?"
"Citigroup acquisition takes owner occupier transactions over £3 billion since 2016"
"Lowest first quarter volumes for a decade in the West End Investment market"
"Most universities have operational facilities that could be sold and leased back"
"With requirements and under-offers on the rise, we are anticipating an active Q2"
"Pre-lets help to boost February take-up in the West End Office market"
"Further delay (“Brextention”) to the Brexit process prolongs the “wait and see” for property investors in to the UK. The impact on yields, in February, was firmly flat"
"Take-up in 2018 was 17% above the long-term average after strong Q4 activity"
"Highest February turnover since 2015 shows the resilience of the City market"