The latest Australian Prime Residential Review reports that prime residential prices over the year ending June 2019, rose by 2.5% in Sydney, followed by Brisbane (2.2%), Melbourne (2.1%), Gold Coast (1.1%) and Perth (0.6%). Analysis by Michelle Ciesielski in the chart below shows the top five suburbs in each major city by median price and ten-year price growth.
Morgan Stanley’s Q2 report highlights that despite the current slowdown in the economy, India is unlikely to enter a recession. In order to stimulate the economy, India has notably reduced its interest rates and has planned several tax cuts.
The new Italian Tax & Lifestyle Report shines a spotlight on a country which has always offered an unrivalled lifestyle, but for some, now appeals from a financial perspective too thanks to a new €100,000 flat tax on all global income – a game changer for the ultra-wealthy. It explores the best places to live using our Italian Lifestyle Monitor and measures how Italy’s prime destinations measure up, from transport links to schools and from prime prices to wealth rankings.
Discover in the Australian Residential Review the market trends, real estate preferences, economic growth, and population growth by region (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Canberra, etc.).
Discover in our new edition of the Select our most beautiful properties in Switzerland and in the world as well as the essential events planned this summer in Verbier.
The new UK Senior Living report surveys the views of over 2,000 homeowners and renters over the age of 65. The results show over 65s prioritise location over affordability or the size of a property. We forecast the sector will increase by 40% in value over the next five years to £55 billion.
As part of the new Wealth Insight series, Flora Harley compares the ‘park premium’ generated by three of the world’s most famous parks; Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and New York’s Central Park.
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The new report on UK residential investment estimates that the total value of the residential investment sector will increase by 68% by 2025, bringing the total value of the sector to 146 billion pounds.
The latest London Review looks to the future, highlighting that demand has continued to build in the prime London sales market while politicians in the UK attempt to resolve their differences on Brexit. There is clear evidence that a number of buyers have manoeuvred themselves into a position that enables them to act once the current impasse has been broken, something that could happen at short notice.