Innovative research hub offers unique perspectives to 300 cities. Discover global real estate opportunities through market trends and which cities land on the global “watch list.”
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Rosemary FeenanHead of Global Research Programs
Cities in Canada are collectively entering a newly energized, globally connected and impactful era. Four cities have been identified in our latest research as having the strongest potential and most opportunities for global real estate players.
The latest edition of JLL Global Market Perspective presents an encouraging picture of a global real estate market that is regaining its pre-crisis vigour. Global capital markets are exhibiting remarkable strength and the disconnect with more cautious occupational markets is showing signs of narrowing.
The global office market reversed a subdued 2013 performance by the close of the fourth quarter, showing signs of momentum and a bright year ahead with improved prospects and increased corporate demand.
Refocused benchmarks and ranking workforce talent, pro-business policies and connectivity, research reveals new set of 20 cities that prove the “world’s most dynamic.”
Following the destructive impact of extreme weather events, the vulnerability of our cities is becoming increasingly more apparent. This has brought resilience planning and its financial and infrastructure implications to the forefront of many City Governments’ agenda.
This report makes a valuable contribution in assembling the widest possible collection of global city indexes, benchmarks and comparative rankings.
JLL’s second biennial global corporate real estate report provides insights into the current condition and future direction of the corporate real estate industry.
We take a close look at the hurdles and opportunities, changes and challenges businesses face when entering this dynamic new landscape.
We look at political, economic, technological and socio-cultural trends shaping the industry and share our vision of where retail banking is going internationally, and what the knock-on effects are likely to be for real estate markets.(Published in 2012)
Five years of consistent growth in global investment markets has seen volumes reach US$563 billion in 2013 and we expect transactional volumes to break the US$600 billion level in 2014.
Our latest research examines the changing patterns of investment into retail real estate around the world. (Published in 2012)
The 2012 index reveals renewed impetus in transparency improvements across the world's real estate markets. Nearly 90 percent of markets have registered progress in transparency since 2010.
Our latest research explores the implications of the rebalancing of global protfolios to real estate and specifically the tilt toward the Asia Pacific region.
Our interactive reference tool to help you understand local practices for leased and ownded space around the world. Using this tool, you can review and compare 25 critical real estate conserations on a country-by-country basis.