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Thursday, March 14


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Wednesday, March 06


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Property People: Law firm adds to conveyancing team; Eight promotions at Savills; and more

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Property People: Law firm adds to conveyancing team; Eight promotions at Savills; and more. Louise Saha has joined the residential conveyancing team at Ansons Solicitors following a period of expansion for the firm. “Joining Ansons during a period of substantial growth, her in-depth knowledge and understanding of property matters will ensure clients receive the tailored guidance they require.”. Operating from offices in Cannock, Lichfield and Halesowen, 2019 will be a busy year for Ansons as it expands its operations into Sutton Coldfield, with a new full-service office opening in Mere Green’s Mulberry Walk retail development later in the year.

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Tuesday, February 12


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Savills IM adds French asset to European logistics fund, sees further deals

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Savills IM bought the newly built 70,450sqm distribution centre in Belleville-sur-Saône on behalf of its pan-European Logistics Fund (ELF 2) for an undisclosed sum. The open-ended ELF 2 fund invests in logistics properties of Grade A quality in core, liquid European markets. At the time, Savills IM said it was preparing with Vestas Investment Management to launch a discretionary fund for Korean institutional investors to buy European logistics and office properties in the first quarter of 2019. ”Due to continuing high demand for products with a logistics focus, Savills IM is launching a successor fund with a similar focus in 2019,” the manager said today.

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Wednesday, January 30


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In our latest blog post, Savills Keir Dixon outlines why multi-use spaces are the perfect solution when development land is scarce: https://t.co/EYAFw4Ollq https://t.co/TpP9TwhCwV

Saturday, January 26


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VN hospitality market to continue growth this year: Savills - Economy - Vietnam News

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VN hospitality market to continue growth this year: Savills - Economy - Vietnam News | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports. HÀ NỘI – The hospitality market in Việt Nam, which has been an attractive sector for investors over the past few years thanks to its consistent growth, is expected to continue to expand this year, partly due to global trends, according to Savills Hotels Asia Pacific. “We often encourage developers to study new trends and products that have not had much presence in the Vietnamese market such as branded residence, select service hotels or experience-oriented resorts in order to diversify accommodation choices and capture the needs of a new generation of travellers,” said Mauro Gasparotti, the Director of Savills Hotels Asia Pacific. “However, these products also require investors to have a certain understanding of concepts and ideas as well as ways of co-operation between involved parties to ensure the implementation and feasibility of projects,” he said.

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Tuesday, January 15


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Savills reports ‘robust’ closing quarter; warns on 2019 market falls https://t.co/mFV1TMeSVO https://t.co/MHqa4iZUD6
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Savills sees property sales falling on Brexit uncertainty - AOL UK

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Estate agency Savills has said it expects property sales across a number of markets to fall this year due to uncertainty surrounding Brexit and US trade policy. The group said prospects for 2019 are “overshadowed by macro-economic and political uncertainties across the world” and that it is difficult to predict the effect on investor demand for the property sector. Its comments come ahead of crunch day in Parliament on Tuesday as MPs are set to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s contested Brexit deal. This was achieved despite a period which saw heightened uncertainty surrounding Britain’s departure from the EU, US-China trade relations and higher long-term treasury yields hitting investor sentiment in a number of global markets. For 2018, results are expected to be in line with expectations with the commercial transaction business in the UK – Savills’ biggest market – performing well thanks to robust demand from the Asia Pacific, although the trade volume declined in comparison with 2017.

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Britain's Savills sees Brexit-fuelled drop in some markets

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Britain's Savills sees Brexit-fuelled drop in some markets. Jan 15 (Reuters) - UK-based real estate services provider Savills (Stuttgart: 1YZ.SG - news) said on Tuesday it expects lower transaction volumes in some markets this year because of Brexit-related uncertainties. Growth in the firm's less transactional businesses, which include consultancy and property management, will help offset the hit from lower transaction volumes this year, Savills added. The company, which saw a sharp drop in its commercial transactions in Britain in the first half, had said overseas investors were still committed to London, and some big firms were looking to expand their footprint in the city.

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Tuesday, January 08


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Savills rebrands Mideast ops after Clutton takeover

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International real estate advisor Savills has rebranded its Middle East business following the acquisition of Cluttons Middle East on May 31 last year. The firm, which was previously represented by associates in the Middle East, has completed a successful six-month integration process with the region’s leading and longest-established advisor Cluttons Middle East, which will now be known as Savills. In the Middle East it will operate across five countries including Bahrain, Egypt, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, with seven offices employing 230 people, offering the broadest geographic reach of any real estate consultant in the region. Commenting on the occasion of the successful integration, Steve Morgan, CEO of Savills Middle East said: "Over the past six months, we have been fully immersing our existing Middle East team with the international Savills brand, and refining processes for a seamless transition for our clients."

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Monday, January 07


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Dubai residential prices could fall by up to 10 percent in 2019: Savills https://t.co/UxzqhDVf8M https://t.co/4aD6Gj1i9C