Knight Frank has revised its 2016 forecast for annual price growth in prime central London to 2% from 4.5%.
Knight Frank talks to Professor Tony Travers from the London School of Economics While a lot has changed in UK politics over the last 12 months, housing has remained one of the most live issues.
Prime global residential rents are struggling to achieve growth, with the Knight Frank index rising by only 0.2% in the past year, the slowest rate of growth since Q1 2010.
According to the Land Registry, in August, the number of residential transactions in Hong Kong decreased 27.8% from the previous month to settle at 3,896.
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is set to commence at the end of this year.
According to the Rating and Valuation Department, housing prices in Hong Kong reached a record high in May, increasing more than 20% compared with the same month last year, despite the government’s series of property market cooling measures.
After a torturous four-year wait the Rugby World Cup kicks off today with twenty teams doing battle for the title of 2015 World Cup Winners. We thought we’d see how their housing markets stack up, who comes out on top when it comes to house prices, affordability and home ownership rates?
Justin Gaze, Joint Head of Residential Development at Knight Frank, shares his thoughts on the impact of infrastructure on property markets.
Change is afoot in Marbella – the cranes are up and construction is on the rise.