Real Estate Awards 2016: Results index
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Real Estate Awards 2016: Results index

Find out which companies are rated the best developers, advisors and banks in global real estate in the latest instalment of Euromoney’s Real Estate Awards.



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For our 12th annual real estate survey, we received 2169 valid responses from real estate developers, advisors, financial institutions, investors and corporate end-users worldwide rating who's best at providing real estate products and services in their market. Results will be released in September. Subscribers will be able to:

View rankings for the best real estate advisors and consultants, including



  Legal Services

  Taxation Services


And Overall best real estate advisors and consultants.

View rankings for the best real estate developers, including







And Overall best real estate developers.

View rankings for the best real estate banks, including

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  Debt Capital Markets



And Overall best real estate banks.

We also publish rankings for the best real estate investment managers.

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