JLL's latest Global Market Perspective reveals that real estate markets have maintained their momentum from the start of the year despite intensifying economic and political risks. Investment and corporate occupier activity are at their highest levels for more than a decade, and full-year performance is expected to match last year’s impressive results.
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In an environment where real estate transparency is under greater scrutiny than ever before, JLL & LaSalle’s 2018 Global Real Estate Transparency Index, reveals the latest global rankings, highlighting markets that are on the cusp of becoming transparent and those that lead the way in pursuit of even higher global standards.
Our new research explores China’s 12 leading cities and the opportunities these markets present for real estate investors, developers and corporate occupiers. We also identify top destinations for Chinese business and real estate activity, and predict the likely shift in the country’s future investment and corporate expansion strategy.
JLL’s latest City Momentum Index identifies markets that have the most robust future-proofing attributes to support long-term success. The 2018 Index also establishes cities that have the strongest short-term economic and real estate momentum.
Discover the 10 city groups we have identified as sharing common paths, challenges and imperatives. As locational choices multiply for investors and corporates, find out how these new city groups impact real estate strategies.
Find out about the most expensive office locations and cities that offer the best value globally with our latest Premium Office Rent Tracker.
There are now over 300 indices that measure every aspect of city performance. Find out which cities top the global rankings, which cities are hot on their heels and the key imperatives for city success.
We have assessed 106 markets and identified the cities to watch in the new and evolving landscape of the global hotel industry.
This new interactive map-based toolkit covers 650 cities globally and enables you to compare cities on a number of key performance indicators. You can use a filtering tool to identify markets with similar profiles or find out where a particular city ranks compared to its peers.
The real estate landscape is changing—a traditional approach to strategy, decision making and operations is no longer sufficient. Learn more about the five dimensions of the Future of Work to propel your ambitions forward, decode the future and drive change.
A considerable weight of capital continues to seek real estate exposure and as competition for product intensifies, new cities are appearing on the radar of international investors. In our latest Investment Intensity Index we reveal how New World Cities’ are reshaping the global investment landscape.
Annual rental growth on prime office assets across 110 major markets decelerated to 2.3% in Q4 2016, the slowest rate of full-year growth in three years. Global Office Index Q4 2016.
We assess a broad range of socio-economic and real estate factors to identify cities with the strongest momentum. JLL City Momentum Index combines 42 variables to evaluate short-term and longer-term momentum in 134 cities.
Market evidence suggests a swift, but relatively-shallow re-pricing of UK commercial real estate in response to the vote, with continued resilience in continental Europe.
The political and economic context in the UK is still changing rapidly following last month’s referendum, but there are now signs that the market is beginning to calm as stability begins to re-emerge. This latest in our series of regular Brexit updates re-evaluates the implications for the UK property market and its component sectors.
The referendum results showed a majority of those voting in favour of leaving the European Union, although the next steps remain highly uncertain. Political and economic uncertainty is being reflected in currency and financial markets. Volatility will continue as a result.
In our third report in the ‘New World of Cities’ series we take a look at the different ways cities are categorised and at how city indices can be used to inform future urban strategies.
The Premium Office Rent Tracker provides a snapshot of the rarefied world of the premium office market. While only a fraction of a city’s corporate base will pay such premium rents, the Tracker does benchmark office occupation costs on a like for like basis. It provides a useful barometer of relative city attraction, as well as highlighting the intense strains that many cities are now facing as their real estate markets try to accommodate growth.
The future of the workplace is changing – the way we work is evolving and organizations need to look for other strategies, tools or approaches to sustain and grow business. A focus on employee engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives.