Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2019 Press Release

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The Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2019 is our 15th annual survey of the global real estate markets and canvasses the opinions of the leading firms involved in the real estate sector worldwide.

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Survey results

Advisers, developers, investment managers, banks and corporate end-users of real estate are all invited to take part.

The survey canvassed respondents’ opinions on which firms they believe have been the best providers of real estate products and services in their market during the past 12 months.

Senior executives fill in the survey at country level, and results are based on peer nominations and voter participation scores.

For the 15th annual Real Estate Survey, we received 3,274 valid responses worldwide (an increase of 33% compared with the 2018 survey).

The full results are published on www.euromoney.com from September 9. Headline results are published in the September flagship edition of Euromoney magazine.

The 2019 survey was conducted March 7 - April 26.

Among the key findings:

  • Cushman & Wakefield takes top spot for overall Global Advisers and Consultants, winning for two years in a row.
  • Keppel Land wins the overall top global developer. Last year’s winner, Sun Hung Kai Properties, is ranked as second, Swire Properties third, followed by Savills and GLP. Keppel Land also wins overall developer in Asia-Pacific, as well as taking the top spots in the residential sector, office/business sector and as innovative green developer both globally and in Asia-Pacific.
  • This year sees the launch of our best start-up developer awards. Winners include Anarock in India, Estate Intel in Nigeria, avenue in Portugal and Housers in Spain.
  • Colliers International wins best global investment manager, as well as the equivalent regional awards in Asia-Pacific and Latin America.

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