Global house prices shifted marginally in the year to June 2015 rising by only 0.1%.
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Prime residential prices in key cities worldwide rose by 0.8% on average in the first quarter of 2014, this equates to the Prime Global Cities Index’s slowest rate of growth since Q3 2012.
Six years on from the global financial crisis, is the Caribbean’s luxury housing market entering a period of recovery?
Sales of Manhattan apartments hit a fourth-quarter record in the final three months of 2013, with 3,297 deals completed.
Prime properties in Dubai are forecast to see the largest price growth in 2014, according to Knight Frank’s recently-released Prime Global Forecast.
Lifestyle vineyards are growing in number and, in some parts of the world, are providing a strong investment return.
Knight Frank’s Global House Price Index which tracks mainstream residential prices in 53 countries, as well as Dubai and Hong Kong, has exceeded its pre-financial crisis high.
A record summer for property sales in Manhattan has been cited as the reason behind a fall in demand in the rental market in Douglas Elliman’s October Manhattan/Brooklyn rental report.
The latest edition of the Prime Global Cities Index, which tracks the performance of luxury residential property prices in key cities around the world, rose by 6.6% on average in the year to September but by only 1.2% in the last three months.
Chinese investors are the most influential buying nationality in prime new-build markets globally , according to new research.