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Partner, International Residential Research

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Roddy Aris

Associate Partner

Liam Bailey

Partner - Global Head of Research

Caroline Bathgate

Partner - Head of European Valuation and Advisory

Chris Bell

Managing director Europe

Richard Claxton

Partner - Head of Capital Markets

Stephen Clifton

Head of Commercial

Anthony Duggan

Partner - Head of Capital Markets Research

Alistair Elliott

Senior Partner - Group Chairman

Colin Fitzgerald

Partner - Head of Knight Frank International Occupier Services

Gráinne Gilmore

Head of UK Residential Research

Alastair Graham-Campbell

Partner Capital Markets Team

Mark Harvey

Partner, European Residential Sales Department Head

Amanda Lim

Partner - Head of Flexible Office Solutions

Steven Lydon

Surveyor Flexible Office Solutions

William Matthews

Head of UK Commercial Research

Mary Elizabeth Rankin

Marketing and Community Director for the Pollen Estate portfolio

James Roberts

Chief Economist

Mark Routledge

Partner Capital Markets Team

Ole Sauer

Managing Partner Berlin

Julian Stocks

Partner in the Commercial Division


UK EU Referendum : Impact of the leave vote on UK property

One of the first outcomes from the result of the referendum is that the value of the pound will inevitably fall in the near-term, (...)


Prime cities forecast report - 2016

Events in the world’s two largest economies look set to dominate proceedings in 2016. The scale of the slowdown in China and the speed of (...)


Italy insight 2016

According to the Italian Statistics Office, 2015 marked a turning point for residential prices with price growth reentering positive territory. Prime prices, having softened (...)


Spain Insight 2016

Spain’s economy has recovered strongly following the Eurozone crisis. In 2016, Spain’s GDP growth (2.6%) is forecast to exceed that of both the UK (...)


London market focus : Mayfair and St James - 2016

Mayfair has outperformed other prime central London property markets against the backdrop of cooling demand over the last year. The primary cause of the slowdown (...)


Portugal Insight 2016

After several testing years the Algarve is back on the radar of second home buyers. Realistic pricing, the availability of cheap finance, strong investment (...)


Prime prices moderate but Vancouver continues to buck the trend

Vancouver leads our rankings for the fourth consecutive quarter with prime prices in the city increasing by 26% in the year to March 2016. (...)


Prime global city markets - September 2014

One of the more high-profile property trends currently taking place in locations such as central London, downtown Los Angeles and Manhattan, is the growing (...)


France Prime Residential Insight 2014

Against the backdrop of the global recession, the Eurozone debt crisis and President Hollande’s austerity measures, France’s prime property market has faced considerable challenges (...)


European Cities review - 2014

The well-documented shift to ‘safe havens’ boosted some of Europe’s key urban residential markets (London, Vienna, Geneva) while the economic crisis in others saw (...)


Currency matters 2014

Knight Frank’s international team often find that, for example, when the pound/euro exchange rate reaches €1.20 enquiries from new buyers strengthen. In figure 1 we (...)


Spanish prime Residential Insight - Septembre 2013

Spain’s prime markets are on a firmer footing with some of its more affluent second home hotspots reporting price growth for the first time (...)


US insight : Residential

The US economy provides a mixed picture. Four years since it was announced that the recession was over GDP growth stands at 1.8%, unemployment (...)


Luxury rents rise fastest in emerging markets - 1Q 2013

Prime rents are rising strongly in many emerging markets, but this growth is being overshadowed by weakening rents in some of the world’s more (...)


Italy Insight

A second-home in Tuscany or a city retreat in Venice sits at the top of most wealthy buyers’ wish lists. Despite the economic malaise, (...)


Munich Insight

Germany, Europe’s economic giant, continues to prop up the flagging balance sheets of its fellow Eurozone members. However, with its latest approval of aid (...)


Tokyo leads luxury residential market slowdown

Jakarta, Bangkok and Miami topped the table this quarter, recording annual price growth of 38.1%, 26.1% and 21.1% respectively. The measures aimed at cooling residential (...)


The cost of buying - Q2 2013

This interest in cross-border investment should perhaps come as no surprise as wealthy individuals look for safe haven investments in the light of on-going (...)


Hong Kong leads global house prices higher - Q1 2013

Thirty five of the 55 housing markets (63%) tracked by Knight Frank’s Global House Price Index recorded an increase in mainstream property prices in (...)


Swiss Insight

The Swiss economy recovered strongly in 2010-11 having proved better insulated from the ravages of the financial crisis than its European neighbours but it (...)


France Insight

Despite the precarious state of the Eurozone’s finances there has been a measured but nonetheless welcome change in the attitude of prime international buyers (...)


Caribbean Insight

The positive economic noises emanating from the US Federal Reserve in late 2012 has boosted buyer confidence in the Caribbean’s luxury housing market. Under (...)


Prime Global Residential Forecast - Q4 2012

In 2013, we expect prime residential prices across the 14 cities included in our forecast to rise by 2.5% on average, with Moscow, Miami (...)


Residential Research

The Knight Frank Global House Price Index rose by 0.3% in the final quarter of 2012 and by 4.3% in the last 12 months Hong (...)


Spain & Portugal insight - November 2012

Spain and Portugal’s economies are under strain but steps are being taken to balance the books. In 2011, Spain and Portugal’s government deficits stood (...)


Residential Research

The number of individuals worth US$100m or more is expected to increase from 63,000 to 86,000 between 2011 and 2016. With property high on (...)


British Virgin Islands : Residential insight

The price of luxury homes remained largely static in early 2011. The market gained momentum in the second half of 2011 as vendors re-assessed (...)


Investors discover the newfound joys of living

According to JLL’s European Living Survey, around €69bn was invested throughout Europe in the “living” sector, which includes the traditional residential sector, student housing, (...)


Six of Top 10 global house price markets are European, led by Slovenia, Latvia

Six of the strongest 10 world house price markets in first quarter were European, headed by Slovenia and Latvia which beat China into third (...)


Global house prices slow to 4.9%; in Europe CEE strongest, Sweden lower

Average developed world house prices slowed to 4.9% in the year to September, says adviser Knight Frank. In Europe, CEE was strongest, while values (...)


Budapest, Rotterdam, Amsterdam have Europe’s fastest house price rises

Live from Expo Real (Münich) - Europe’s fastest house price growth in the year to June came in Budapest, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, more than (...)


Global resi price growth slows in 2017; only Berlin above 20% - Knight Frank

Global house price growth slowed last year to 4.5% from 7% in 2016, says adviser Knight Frank. Berlin was the only one of 150 (...)