Knight Frank’s experience of global prime residential markets confirms the fact that buyers are increasingly focussing on the opportunities offered by currency movements.
Two statistics demonstrate what happened in the prime outer London sales market between April and June: new buyer registrations fell by a fifth and the supply of new property rose by a third compared to the same period last year, as figure 1 below shows.
Our new private rented sector index for Q2 2014, encompassing key city markets across the UK, shows capital growth has stepped up, resulting in higher total returns.
A month prior to the release of the maiden budget of the new Indian government we released a report titled Is it the dawn of the Indian real estate sector, and surely it was.
Sentiment and activity in Hong Kong’s residential property market improved in June, with buyers taking advantage of the recent relaxation of Double Stamp Duty.
The volume of residential property sales in Hong Kong rebounded in May as developers continued to offer buyers attractive deals on new schemes.
Despite Rublevka’s reputation as the most expensive residential area in Moscow, Knight Frank’s research suggests that some suburban areas within the city are even more expensive.
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.