CBRE Ireland’s research team is regarded as one of the most authoritative sources of property information in Ireland. Comprising a team of analysts, surveyors and information specialists the team track demand and supply trends in all key property market sectors.  
 
We provide colleagues and clients with a full range of information, research and consultancy services covering all aspects of the commercial real estate market.  
 
In conjunction with our global network of CBRE offices the team collates both local and global data and market intelligence to provide insight into real estate trends across Ireland, the EMEA region and worldwide.  
 
We produce a wide range of property market bulletins and reports, such as: 
 
  • Quarterly Office Marketviews
  • Quarterly Pedestrian Footfall Analysis & Vacancy Counts
  • Bi-Monthly Commercial Market Updates
  • Annual Commercial Property Outlook Report  
  • Bi-Annual Licensed, Industrial, Investment & Retail Marketviews 
 



In addition to the above, the team also prepares special topic / sector specific reports and presentations on broader strategic or topical issues that affect the commercial real estate market. Such as: 
 
  • Alternative Investment in Ireland, in conjunction with Future Analytics
  • Residential Demand Drivers 2017
  • Dublin Office Supply 2017..affter Brexit
  • Why Dublin - Why Now?
  • Cork Hotel Market 2017
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Confidence Index 2017, in conjunction with KPMG Ireland  
 

Our Services

 

 
Business information service  
 
With an extensive library and information service we provide our clients access to a wide range of business information systems including property, economic and demographic data, company reports and other material relevant to the commercial property market. Through our global network of CBRE offices we can also provide access to detailed information on property markets worldwide.  
 

Database systems  
 
Our robust commercial property database systems, including PLUS, a proprietary software developed exclusively by CBRE, tracks occupational and investment transactions across all CRE agencies operating within Ireland. These databases monitor levels of construction, demand and availability across all sectors and asset classes of the Irish commercial property sector and in specific locations. We firmly believe that in providing this level of detailed analysis to our clients delivers a key differentiator from our competitors. Allowing for a deeper level of market insight to ensure key strategy decisions are supported by real time market information our systems provide detailed analysis of: 
 
  • Total stock 
  • Demand 
  • Future Development Stock  
  • Availability 
  • Rents 
  • Take-up 
  • Lease Information (inclusive of lease expiries & break options) 

 

Analysis and reporting of regional and global trends  
 
Our local CBRE Ireland research team collate & submit Irish market sector information for inclusion into the various pan-EMEA and Global research publications and to our global database systems. These systems allow local data from multiple markets to be assembled into a single global database quickly to provide individual city and cross market reporting. Providing directional advice, insightful decision-making and, ultimately, better client outcomes on both a local and a global scale. READ MORE (to link through to About CBRE Research page) 
 
Bespoke consultancy services  
 
Our research consultancy services are provided by CBRE to a wide range of occupier, developer, investor and intuitional clients in areas including market analysis and econometric forecasting, portfolio and investment strategy, occupier demand studies, sector studies and location advice. 

Recent Reports

MORE REPORTS

Ireland Overall Bi-Monthly Research Report November 2017

October 31, 2017
October 31, 2017

Ireland ViewPoint - Residential Demand Drivers In Ireland October 2017

October 25, 2017
October 25, 2017

Dublin Industrial and Logistics MarketView Q3 2017

October 10, 2017
October 10, 2017

Ireland Retail MarketView Q3 2017

October 10, 2017
October 10, 2017