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Our Forecast

FORECASTING : A dedicated team of economists

We recognise that real estate is local and to gain deeper understanding of each market, researchers need to have an in-depth knowledge of the heterogeneous market place. As such our economists are locally based and embedded with the local research professionals.
Our dedicated team of real estate economists cover 40 key real estate markets across Europe. They provide forecasts for key metrics from the fundamentals (supply, demand, vacancy rate and rents) to performance (yields, capital growth and total return) in the mains real estate sectors (Offices, Retail and Logistics). In the office sector they look at both the prime and secondary segments, giving our clients deeper understanding of trends in this important sector.

The final outlook is underpinned by a rigorous methodology of formal econometric modelling and inputs from local professionals to help tune the outcome with real time information. Together with our investment management research teams we develop a risk/return analysis using our forecast to provide our clients with strategic advice based on our acute understanding of the past and emerging future trends in the European real estate markets.
  • End March 2020 Covid-19 REPORT

    The Covid-19 outbreak continues to unfold across the world. The measures such as travel restrictions, followed up by population lockdowns, are creating a dramatic fall in activity in many European countries.
    This report is an insight to better understand the economic outlook, the outbreak situation, the support schemes, and last but not least, the real estate perspective.

  • March 2020 COVID-19: the virus making the global economy brake

    At the end of 2019 economists around the world were sure about one thing: 2020 should be a year of continuity, even better than 2019 as economic systemic risk around us started to reduce (mainly the Brexit and the trade war between the US and China).

  • March 2020 Covid 19 situation

    The emergency of Covid-19 at the beginning of 2020 took the world by surprise (delivering a shock), just as the global economy had begun to stabilize from trade wars in the preceding years.

  • February 2020 European property Outlook

    In late 2019 the global economy experienced a stabilisation. The important factor here was the improvement we saw in manufacturing, which was largely down to the relative calm in trade disputes. The impact of protectionism seems to be somewhat underestimated, as the scale is large enough to affect future global economic growth.