Strong price growth for prime properties in urban markets has continued in 2015 driven by growing demand among buyers for properties in key town and city locations with access to good schools, transport links and amenities.
House price sentiment among UK households rose in January.
Prime rents in the Home Counties fell by 0.3% in the final three months of 2015 as landlords looked to keep void periods to a minimum and remain competitive.
Next week China will say goodbye to the year of the goat and hello to the year of the monkey.
Will 2016 continue in the same way that saw the national median apartment price surge and rents rise throughout 2015?
With Australia’s capital cities predicted to add 3.2 million new citizens in the next 10 years, new mass transit systems and faster connections to markets will be needed.
With the start of the Six Nations Championship, we decided to take a timely comparative analysis of the prime capital city residential performance for each of the competing nations.
There has been quite a lot of discussion over the last few years surrounding the divergence of regional house prices – ie, the different rates of growth being achieved across the country.
The Balearic island of Mallorca, long-favoured by northern Europeans, saw a marked upturn in sales activity in 2015. With the traditional spring buying season just around the corner we asked Mark Harvey, Knight Frank’s expert on Spain, for his view on what’s selling and where.