The average price paid for a property in the super-prime (£10m+) market in 2013 is just over £18m, a 26% increase on the average price paid for a super-prime property over the same period in 2012.
Tagged – ‘Wealth Trends’
Chinese investors are the most influential buying nationality in prime new-build markets globally , according to new research.
Classic cars have been the best performing asset over the past decade, with returns outstripping those for other luxury asset classes such as wine, coins, stamps and property.
We’ve just drawn up an interesting map showing the distribution of housing wealth in Britain.
Waterfront properties in sought-after coastal locations cost 63% more, on average, than similar properties that are landlocked, according to Knight Frank analysis.
Prices of £10m+ homes have recovered strongly since the post-crisis market low in March 2009.
Where is wealth being created and where does current and future demand for luxury residential property around the world come from?
The Swiss Insight report released this week examines current prime market conditions in Switzerland’s key cities of Geneva, Zurich and Lugano.
One of the most interesting statistics to come out of our Attitude Survey of wealth advisers related to tax.
London has long been considered an attractive destination for international investors, but what impact has this foreign investment had on the central London property market, and where is future demand likely to come from?