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Welcome to the Colliers International research summary. This section includes recent reports and an archive of past releases.

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Airbnb's market share in The Netherlands keeps on rising

In 2016 almost 1.7 million overnight stays were booked in Amsterdam. This is an increase of 125% compared to 2015. Airbnb doubled its market share to 10.7%. For the first time Airbnb activities in The Hague and Rotterdam were analyzed. The market share was 7.3% and 6.5% respectively.

Logistics Barometer

Parties are expanding to locations outside the original core of Dutch logistics hotspots.

Airbnb in Berlin continues to grow

06-03-2017 - Overnight night stays in Airbnb properties in Berlin increased 68% in 2016 compared to a 1% rise for traditional hotels, according to a joint report by Colliers International and Hotelschool The Hague.

Research shows strong occupancy rates and high satisfaction

Revinate, Colliers International and Fairmas launched today the first edition of a comprehensive report on guest satisfaction metrics and overall performance of the German hotel market. The research was based on a combined analysis of guest reviews, ADRs and occupancy rates for 4,800 properties across Germany between 2013 and 2016.

Transition of the Dutch retail structure: from value to vitality

In the retail edition of “Transition of the Dutch retail structure: from value to vitality” Colliers Research & Consultancy analyses recent market developments and gives her views on the significance of these developments in the future of shopping. The effects of the transition are far-reaching.

Hotelization of the office market

Under pressure of the financial crisis, the office market is already changing for several years. The Colliers Office Report 2015 addresses three new trends which will shape the office market in the coming years: centralization, ‘hotelization’ and location vs community.

A View from the Top

'A View from the Top' discusses the answers to the top six questions facing the property sector right now.

Brexit: property will weather the referendum squall

New research out today from Colliers International suggests that for long-term real estate investors (such as sovereign wealth funds and family trusts), the much-discussed European referendum could prove to be little more than a storm in a teacup. 

Focus 2016
Global Investor Outlook report 2016

More than half of investors plan to increase real estate allocations within multi-asset portfolios, according to a major new report by Colliers International. 

Focus 2016
Focus 2016

Three key trends in the wake of the recovering economy.

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