More London office space required to support growth

London requires 28m sq ft of office space to be built over the next six years if it is to maintain its place among the top 15 ‘Global Cities’, Knight Frank has said. Read full article

Scottish referendum: What next for the property market?

In light of today’s ‘No’ vote which will see Scotland remain part of the United Kingdom, Knight Frank’s property experts consider what it means for the market. Read full article

Europe continues to see weakest house price growth

More countries recorded a rise in house prices in the year to June than at any point since the start of the global financial crisis but Europe’s mainstream housing market is still lagging behind.  Our Global House Price Index presents a mixed picture this quarter. Read full article

Global Briefing

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

Scottish referendum: What next for the property market?

19 September 2014 by Oliver Knight

In light of today’s ‘No’ vote which will see Scotland remain part of the United Kingdom, Knight Frank’s property experts consider what it means for the market.

Households’ expectations for future house price growth ease to 13-month low

19 September 2014 by Grainne Gilmore

Households perceive that the value of their home rose in September, although at the slowest rate in eight months, according to the House Price Sentiment Index (HPSI) from Knight Frank and Markit Economics.

Commercial Briefing

Providing in-depth analysis of the commercial property market

“No” vote provides a welcome boost for Scottish business and commercial property

19 September 2014 by Darren Yates

The “no” vote in the Scottish referendum will provide a welcome boost for Scotland’s commercial property sector, as it puts an end to two years of speculation about whether it will remain as part of the United Kingdom.

The normalisation of global interest rates in 2015

17 September 2014 by Nicholas Holt

There are many potential scenarios and outcomes as to what could happen with the normalisation of global interest rates, which is most likely to begin in 2015.

The Rural Bulletin

News and insight for rural property owners, investors and farmers

The big threats and opportunities for rural landowners

24 July 2014 by Andrew Shirley

Knight Frank’s rural property experts round-up the key threats and opportunities that estate owners should be investigating now.

How diversification is boosting the amenity, environmental and economic potential of a Cotswold farm

24 July 2014 by Andrew Shirley

The Rural Bulletin finds out how a range of enterprises managed by Knight Frank’s Paddy Hoare are boosting the amenity, environmental and economic potential of a Cotswold farm.

The Wealth Report 2014

The global perspective on prime property and wealth

Reach for the sky: the Knight Frank Skyscraper Index

12 March 2014 by Oliver Knight

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

UHNWI luxury spending set to increase in 2014

07 March 2014 by Andrew Shirley

Over a third of the respondents quizzed as part of The Wealth Report’s Attitudes Survey expect their UHNWI clients to spend more on luxury goods in 2014.