Knight Frank’s Prime Global Rental Index, which tracks the change in luxury residential rents across 17 cities globally, recorded annual growth of 0.5% in the year to June 2016.
Prime property prices were largely unchanged in the third quarter, falling by 0.1% over the three months to the end of September.
Households across the UK perceive that the value of their home rose in September, according to the latest House Price Sentiment Index (HPSI) from Knight Frank and IHS Markit.
In August, residential sales in Hong Kong edged up a notable 37% month-on-month, reaching 5,821 units, according to the Land Registry.
‘The Great Australian Dream’ – a detached house on a quarter acre block, with a garden, a hills hoist, Victor mower, white Holden ute, and a barbecue.
The volume of residential sales in Hong Kong fell 8% month-on-month in July to settle at 4,243 units, according to the Land Registry.
Buyers now adopt a 5 to 10-year view when purchasing a ski home and increasingly place great value on the liquidity of their asset.
Most buyers will know from the outset whether they want to purchase a ski home in France (due to the short drive times or the new-build VAT incentive), or Switzerland (due to the privacy and lifestyle it affords), but the next decision is which ski resort best suits their needs.
Four years on from London 2012, Knight Frank has examined the performance of mainstream house prices for the top ten countries in the medals table.