The Monday Note

The FTSE 100 closed on Friday at 6,730.5, up 61 points on a week earlier. Read full article

The wall of money for African property

A growing volume of capital is targeted at Sub-Saharan Africa real estate. Read full article

The Retail Note

Poundland and Steinhoff have agreed terms on a recommended cash offer which values the single-price retailer at £597m. Read full article

Global Briefing

The latest news, views and analysis on the world of prime property

Sales Volumes Rise in Wake of Brexit Vote but Prices Weaken

by Tom Bill
TAverage prices across prime central London fell in June by -0.2%, the weakest monthly result since November 2014. June’s result pushed annual price growth to -0.6%.

Price moderation continues in prime country market

by Oliver Knight
Prime country house prices dipped by 0.2% between April and June as uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the EU Referendum filtered through to the market.

Commercial Briefing

Providing in-depth analysis of the commercial property market

The Retail Note

by Stephen Springham
Encouraging rather than spectacular retail sales figures from the ONS for April.

The Monday Note

by James Roberts

The FTSE 100 closed on Friday at 6,156.3, up 18 points on a week earlier, with concerns the US may raise interest rates weighing on sentiment.

The Rural Bulletin

News and insight for rural property owners, investors and farmers

The EU: Should we stay or should we go? Let us know

by Andrew Shirley

As the EU referendum debate hots up little has been said about the impact on the rural economy.

Stamp Duty Land Tax: The mixed-use rate

by Andrew Shirley

Tom Barrow, head of our rural valuations team, has put together this interesting note on the mixed-use rate for Stamp Duty Land Tax.

The Wealth Report 2014

The global perspective on prime property and wealth

Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index update 2015

by Andrew Shirley

One of my most interesting tasks each year is to update our Luxury Investment Index (KFLII) and take a look at the performance of things like classic cars, fine wine and art. What’s not to like!

Reach for the sky: the Knight Frank Skyscraper Index

by James Roberts

Asian towers dominate Knight Frank’s Skyscraper Index, with Hong Kong boasting the most expensive skyscraper space in the world.