Real Estate Survey 2018: Methodology

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The Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2018 is our 14th annual survey of the global real estate markets.  

The Euromoney Real Estate Survey canvasses the opinions of the leading firms involved in the real estate sector worldwide – the advisors, developers, investment managers, banks, and corporate end-users of real estate are all invited to take part.

We ask respondents which firms they think have been the best providers of real estate products and services in their market over the past 12 months. The survey is filled in at country level by senior executives and has two distinct components:

Part 1 (Nominations) and Part 2 (Market View). The survey results are based on peer nominations and voter participation scores.

In Part 1 of the survey we ask respondents to nominate the companies which they think are best, second and third in each category in their country (a maximum of 3 respondents per company, per country). We will award four, three and two points, respectively to each of those nominations in that category and country. We will also award participation points to the respondent's own firm for each nomination they provide for their peers. We ask every respondent to provide their individual opinions rather than those of their company. The Overall category results are produced by aggregating the nominations points received and the participation points awarded for nominating peers. Global and regional results are aggregates of weighted country results.

In Part 2 of the survey we ask respondents to provide their views on the latest developments in the market. These responses are of editorial interest and will not be scored.

The full survey results will be published at: www.euromoney.com and headline results will be published in the September issue of Euromoney magazine.

Please e-mail data@euromoney.com if you have any questions about the survey.