A leader in global forecasting and quantitative analysis, with the world’s only fully integrated economic model and more than 100 full-time economists, Oxford Economics is a trusted advisor to corporate and government decision-makers. We help our clients track, analyse, and model country, industry and urban trends around the world.
A deep portfolio of research tools to assess the impact of macro events across more than 200 countries, including regularly-updated economic briefings, forecasts, and scenarios. Find out more.
A complete industry forecasting and analysis service with continuous updates for 69 countries and 26 commodities. Find out more.
The most complete set of forecasts available for cities and sub-regions around the world. Find out more.
Evidence-based analysis for the real estate sector
Some of our clients
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.
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:
City and Regional forecasting: available across Europe, Asia, Latin America, China, Africa and the United States. Details on each region available.
Macro level country economic forecasting: available for over 200 countries worldwide, covering between 400 to 500 indicators per country with a 25 year forecast. This includes a risk profile on each country, full historic data and a monthly summary
Global Scenarios: Each quarter Oxford runs 4 or 5 upside and downside scenarios on their baseline forecasts for 45 countries worldwide. These scenarios are decided by on-going analysis with our client base
European Consumer Spending forecasts: available for 44 separate spending categories across Europe based on the NUTS 1,2,3 regions
UK Regional and LAD forecasts: available for all 12 UK regions and everyone one of the UK’s LAD’s and 33 London Boroughs
Tourism Economics: available worldwide, including forecasting hotel stays and demand, travel needs by visitor type and variety and currency fluctuations
One off consultancy work: previous works have included impact studies on infrastructure projects, real estate acquisition analysis and building bespoke real estate models
Conferences and Reports: includes monthly or quarterly conferences and seminars across Europe, the US and Asia with supporting weekly summaries on the UK, US, Eurozone and Emerging Markets
"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
Request more information
Contact us for more information about our products and services and request a free trial