Data contained in The Wealth Report 2014 reveals that, in 2013, prime residential property prices in the majority of locations covered by our index around the world rose.
Just over a fifth of ultra-high net worth individuals (defined as those with US$30m or more in net assets) are considering buying another residential home this year, according to the results of Knight Frank’s Attitudes Survey.
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The 2014 Policy Address, announced on 15 January, highlighted the government’s aims to increase residential and commercial property supply in China.
Chennai, the fourth largest city in India by area and the capital city of Tamil Nadu, witnessed a rather staid real estate market in 2013.
Sales of new-build homes dominated Hong Kong’s residential market during December, according to Knight Frank’s latest report on the region’s property market.
Last year, we reported that Spain’s prime residential markets were on a firmer footing with some of its more affluent second home hotspots reporting price growth for the first time since the onset of the global financial crisis.
Better broadband is top of the wish list for most rural farms, estates, businesses and homeowners, according to a recent blog by my colleague Andrew Shirley.
Nearly 15,000 properties have been bought using the Government’s Equity Loan since April last year, official figures out today show.