Trends in the global housing market followed a similar narrative to those seen last quarter with price growth converging in the third quarter.
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Our new Global Residential Cities Index takes our Global House Price Index one step further, tracking mainstream residential prices on a city rather than country basis.
The Global House Price Index increased by 3% in 2015, up from 2.3% in 2014.
With price growth in Dubai and much of Asia slowing, the Knight Frank Global House Price Index has lost its main engines of growth resulting in a rise of just 0.1% in the third quarter of 2014.
As we count down to 07.35hrs BST tomorrow when the Ryder Cup tees off we thought we’d take a look at which team comes out on top in terms of house price growth.
With the global economy displaying green shoots, buyers – both in mainstream housing markets and second home hotspots – are looking closely at which markets offer real value.