Global house prices shifted marginally in the year to June 2015 rising by only 0.1%.
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Luxury residential markets face a diverse range of challenges and opportunities in 2015, but now that stimulus measures have all but disappeared in the US and the UK, all eyes are on Europe and Japan and the extent to which they could halt the tentative global recovery.
Are we any closer to understanding what role foreign investment plays in residential property in Australia?
Earlier this year, after community pressure on the Australian Government to provide an explanation of the role foreign investment plays in residential property in Australia, the Treasurer commissioned a study to be undertaken by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics.
The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for residential and office sites respectively.
Over the last two to three years, India’s economic health had deteriorated, and the situation of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) residential property market was no different.
In July, demand for new-build residential properties was the key driver of Hong Kong’s residential market.
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.
The volume of residential property sales in Hong Kong rebounded in May as developers continued to offer buyers attractive deals on new schemes.
The expectation of an improving global economy is predicated on stable growth in China.
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.