Knight Frank Global Research produces market-leading residential, commercial and agricultural property reports
Published monthly, this report examines the latest trends, highlights the key transactions and provides a forecast of Hong Kong's property market in each of the office, retail and residential sectors.
Hong Kong’s housing price trend is a constant discussion topic. Housing prices had been on rising streak for 28 months until August 2018 when there were signs of a correction. We conduct a series of simple correlation analyses to see which factor impacts housing prices the most.
We see a great potential in the development of a new “Central2”, as we expect the sale of the largest commercial site atop the West Kowloon Express Rail Terminal in 2019/20, transforming Tsim Sha Tsui into the second Central of Hong Kong.
This report examines the Belt and Road Initiative and uncovers opportunities in logistics and industrial along the Maritime Silk Road.
This annual report looks at the growing hotel markets across the Greater China region. It covers hotel market performance, development trends and the outlook for the year ahead.
Knight Frank has published its third “Chinese Outbound Real Estate Investment report: Changing Currents, Rising Tides”.
Knight Frank launches the “NEXT STOP: North Bund” Report which explores future development opportunities and prospects by analysing the existing and future tenant profiles, office rents and prices, and competitive advantages and strategic positioning of the area over other emerging business district
From Sydney to submarines, discover the best locations and latest luxury lifestyle trends from around the world.
The Central Government has announced
on 1 April to establish near Beijing a new
administrative region, the Xiongan New
The Outlook To For Real Estate In 15 Leading Business Centres To 2019.
This report examines recent developer and retailer activity and highlights some key issues facing the retail industry across Greater China.
The Prime Asia Development Land Index tracks the derived price of prime residential (apartment or condominium) and commercial (office) development land across Asia’s key markets.
There has been tremendous surge of Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate in recent years. From 2009 to 2014, the total value of Chinese overseas investment volume has skyrocketed from US$0.6 billion to hit an estimated US$15 billion.
The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for office and residential sites respectively. This represents a loss in momentum when compared to the 9.8% and 7.7% respective growth rates in H1 2013.
Published monthly this report provides an overview of the performance of Hong Kong's property markets covering the office, retail and residential sectors. It includes the latest economic indicators and highlights key transactions.
The office sales market remained robust in April. With limited Grade-A offices available for sale, demand spilled over into the Grade-B market.
The Knight Frank Outlook for Key Asian Cities covers the residential, office and retail sectors of Beijing, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
During the three-day Labour Day holiday, visitor arrivals from Mainland China reached 303,637—an increase of 21.6% over the same period last year.
The Hong Kong luxury sector, supported by sustained demand from cash-rich end-users and long-term investors,registered a number of record-breaking transactions last month.