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Expertise in the real estate industry
Oxford Economics applies quantitative modelling at a country and local level. This means that our economic analysis and forecasting has a wide range of applications in the real estate sector. We work for a wide range of global real estate institutions, investors, fund managers, developers, advisors and lenders; helping them understand the key market drivers and economic fundamentals both on a country level and at local asset level.
Some of our key services available:
AEW Asset Management, Allianz, Aareal Bank Group, BNP Paribas, Bouwfonds, CBRE, CoStar, Cushman & Wakefield, The Crown Estate, Deutsche Asset Wealth Management, DTZ, Fidelity, GE Real Estate, GIC, Henderson Global Investors, Hermes, IGNIS Asset Management, IPD, JP Morgan Asset Management, Jones Lang LaSalle, Mitsui Fudosan, Multi Development, Patrizia, Redevco, SWIP, Savills, Schroders, Scottish Widows, UBS, Vastned.
"We regularly use Oxford Economics’ data and forecasts in our analysis. The scope of data availability and ease of access, coupled with an expert team on hand to reference, means Oxford Economics is one of our trusted macroeconomic experts."
AEW Europe, Research and Strategy
“Oxford Economics a great one-stop shop when applying economic intelligence to day-to-day business activities. Comprehensive coverage spanning global regions to individual cities can be easily accessible from their desktop tool, while detailed country reports and presentations are available for reference. The most valuable part of their service for me, however, is access to a team of specialists on demand.”
Henderson Global Investors, Property Research
"Oxford Economics bring a fresh approach to forecasting within the real estate sector. The ability to tap into their models for our real estate demand drivers together with their expertise in building and refining econometric models has provided a robust forecasting backbone and some innovative approaches to forecasting the commercial real estate sector."
Jones Lang LaSalle, European Forecasting Services
Emerging from crisis: The prospects for London
Oxford Economics conducted research on the economy in London for Savills. This examines whether London’s economy had been permanently damaged by the global financial crisis or whether it will bounce back to health. It combines a mix of analyses covering macroeconomic, societal and other trends to examine whether the factors that made London the world city that it was before the crisis will still drive growth over the next decade.
To complement the quantitative analysis, Oxford Economics conducted interviews with seven of London's business leaders. The results of this analysis were published in a white paper looking beyond the hard economic data and examining the historic, cultural, and infrastructure issues that draw people and businesses to London.
Global Economic Outlook: From Fiscal Cliff to Rushcliffe in 15 minutes
Client: Investment Property Forum
We made a presentation on the Oxford Economics global outlook for 2013 and how this would affect the prospects for the UK housing market at the UK Property Outlook conference in January 2013.
This major annual event, organised by Investment Property Forum and the Society of Property Researchers, provided an opportunity to hear leading industry figures, including Oxford Economics, set out their views as to what the next 12 months is likely to hold for the property industry.
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