We are conducting a market analysis across 50 major cities and their roughly 500 neighborhoods/boroughs.
We need an experienced researcher for researching the following statistical data for each neighboorhood. In most cases you will find studies of big real estate (brokerage) firms like CBRE, JLL etc. that contain data on the whole city or even all cities in a country.
- footfall (pedestrian traffic) on major (high) streets: number of persons per hour - if absolute numbers are not available, use the scale "very high, high, medium, low, very low"; e.g. the footfall for german cities and their main shopping streets: [url removed, login to view] (use google translate if necessary as the page is not available in English)
- average rent price for retail (!) real estate (price per square meter per year OR price per square foot per year) in local currency or USD
- vacancy of retail space (in %)
All of this data is available online (e.g. on city government websites). In some cases, you might not find the data based on the neighboorhood but certain streets (e.g. the footfall). In these cases it's ok to deliver a data list based on the streets and not the neighborhoods.
Data is to be delivered with all collected files (real estate studies as PDF, Excel-files etc.) + all data needs to be transferred (where possible) into an Excel file that we provide as a template. Sources of the files/data always needs to be mentioned.
If you have any questions, let's discuss in the chat.