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Corporate Research

At the core of every good real estate decision is quality data and information. We have the best intelligence and knowledge-base in the business.

​​​With over 100 full-time research professionals in Asia Pacific, we are the undisputed leader for market intelligence in the real estate industry. Using our proprietary databases and indices unique to the industry, we produce forecast and trend analysis covering all sectors to give you the insight to make strategic or tactical decisions.

In addition, our specialist Corporate Research team bridges corporate trends with property market research to provide forward-looking perspectives on topics such as strategic partnerships, lease accounting changes, critical environments, scenario planning, maximising workplace productivity, sustainability, and other emerging corporate real estate outsourcing trends.

Research and news

 

Workplace – powered by human experience

​A place of work is far more than a property. It is a living environment that helps individuals and businesses craft and experience a better fusion of life and work.

Our latest report, Workplace: Powered by Human Experience, delves into how Australian employees feel about their workplace and explores the three key areas that you need to address to provide the best experience for your workers: Engagement, Empowerment and Fulfilment.

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Market Overview

APPD 3Q17 | Third quarter brings surge in transaction volumes

2017 is shaping to be one of the largest years ever for Australian commercial property transaction volumes. JLL’s Head of Research for Australia, Andrew Ballantyne, explains key trends in the third quarter. Andrew Ballantyne, Head of Research, Australia at JLL, provides an overview of the country’s latest real estate trends

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Newsletter

The Human Revolution: What will matter most in 2030?

Earlier this year we partnered with TEDxSydney to explore how today’s game changers will impact our cities, workplaces and the built environment between now and 2030. We surveyed over 260 people from across the TEDxSydney and JLL communities to find out what the future holds.

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