Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Lagos Property Monitor 2019 provides a quarterly update on real estate market performance of the 2nd fastest growing city in Africa.
Knight Frank Uganda has released the H2 2018 real estate report titled "Kampala Market Update". The report covers real estate sector performance in the months of July to December 2018.
This report examines Kenya's real estate market performance over the first half of 2019. It reviews the retail, office, residential, hotel & tourism, industrial and institutional property segments against the country's economic performance over the period.
H1 2019 Kampala Market Report which covers the performance of the real estate sector in the months of January to June 2019.
Active Capital gives a unique insight into the dynamics of the real estate capital markets around the world.
The Wealth Report provides the global perspective on prime property and wealth. This annual publication includes performance data for 100 key global luxury property markets as well as the results of The Wealth Report Attitudes Survey and Knight Frank’s Global Cities Index.
Africa Horizons highlights the wide range of real estate investment opportunities across the continent, including healthcare, agriculture, student property and hotels, and using data and the insight of our local experts discusses the factors driving them.
A guide to the agricultural investment opportunities in Africa.
The first mid-year update of The Wealth Report, focussing on key global themes in wealth and property investment.
A review of Africa’s growing hotel market. The report includes an overview of hotel supply and development, major hotel chains in Africa, hotel market performance and capital markets activity.
An Arabic Translation Of The Knight Frank Africa Report 2017.
A Japanese Translation Of The Knight Frank Africa Report 2017.
A Chinese Translation Of The Knight Frank Africa Report 2017.
A french translation of the Knight Frank Africa Report 2017.
Knight Frank's Africa Report provides an overview of the continent's diverse property markets. Commentary is provided for 30 countries across Africa, along with guides to prime rents and yields in the office, retail, industrial and residential sectors.
Knight Frank's Kenya Insight report assesses current market conditions across the country’s prime market destinations. It highlights recent market performance, demand and supply trends and provides our outlook for the market.
Inside View Kenya features research on Kenya's prime residential property market, lifestyle editorial, a property purchase guide as well as the contact details for our team in Kenya.
Knight Frank’s Zambia office provides an update on the local property markets across the country, together with an economic update. Commentary is provided on the retail, office, industrial & residential sectors plus a guide on opportunities in other markets such as agriculture, medical and education
A brief review of Africa's tourism hotspots and where it is seeing growth in the hospitality sector.
This report examines the Kenyan real estate market's performance over the first half of 2017. It reviews the country’s economic performance and analyses the retail, commercial and residential property segments, as well as the industrial, financial and tourism sectors.
The Kenya Buying Guide provides a vital insight into the purchase of real estate, the legal position and most importantly the purchasing process. Within the guide you will be given an overview of property transactional costs and coverage in Kenya.
This report covers the market update from January to June 2017 for Kampala region, Uganda. Knight Frank Uganda produces market-leading residential, commercial, retail and valuation reports. We also undertake bespoke consultancy projects. Contact Judy Rugasira for more details.
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This report examines market performance over the 1st half of 2016. It discusses Kenya’s economic performance and analyses the financial and industrial markets, as well as the retail, commercial, residential and tourism sectors.