Households perceive that the value of their home rose in February, according to the House Price Sentiment Index (HPSI) from Knight Frank and Markit Economics.
New data reveals which areas are home to New York’s most expensive properties.
Property prices in Cheltenham rose by 1.7% in the final three months of the year taking the annual increase in values in the town to 6.8%.
In November 2012, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) in Singapore introduced new guidelines which were designed to ensure smaller “shoebox” units did not form a disproportionally large portion of housing stock in the city-state.
The Hong Kong economy improved towards the end of 2014, reflected by the Purchase Manager Index (PMI) which showed expansion for the first time in five months in December 2014.
In the latest edition of our Asia-Pacific Residential Review, we provide a comprehensive view of the major taxes incurred when purchasing, holding and disposing of a residential property in the region: For a larger version of this table, please download the full Asia Pacific Residential Review.
According to the pundits, this year’s RBS Six Nations tournament, which kicked off last Friday, is set to be one of the closest on record.
With the ski season now well underway, Knight Frank’s Roddy Aris takes the pulse of the property market in the French Alps and highlights those markets set to outperform in 2015 Roddy explains: “The 2014-2015 ski season had a rather muted start.
The search for safe haven assets post 2008 saw London, New York and Hong Kong pushed to the top of international buyers’ wish lists.