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.
The issue explores the excellent value currently on offer in Italy’s property market, what the local government has done to encourage foreign investment and the architecture charm of Italy’s most popular locations.
Showcasing a selection of the finest prime properties around the world alongside luxury lifestyle interests, International View plays a key role in strengthening Knight Frank’s brand, reiterating their market-leading knowledge and in-depth understanding of their clients’ requirements and aspirations.
The latest Global Residential Cities Index confirms that 79% of cities saw prices increase in 2018, down from 87% in 2017. Budapest leads the rankings registering 23% growth in 2018, whilst Hong Kong lost ground, falling 36 rankings in the final quarter of 2018. Latin American cities represent a pocket of growth with Bogota, Santiago, Mexico City and Lima all recording annual growth above 6% in 2018.
Naef Prestige | Knight Frank presents the 2019 edition of «The Wealth Report» published by our partner Knight Frank.
Experience a unique glimpse of the attitudes, the investments and the choices of the world’s wealthiest individuals (UHNWI).
A new report by John Ring highlights the extent to which the city’s Private Rented Sector (PRS) is expanding. The report confirms that the next wave of investment activity will concentrate on Build-to-Rent (BTR) opportunities.
Global Outlook is Knight Frank’s forecast report looking at key trends shaping the property markets of 33 leading cities. The report provides an outlook for 2019 and beyond for offices, industrial, retail and residential property, as well as alternative sectors, such as hotels, care homes and student accommodation.
The latest Dublin Residential Report highlights the extent to which the city’s young and academic workforce is driving housing demand. Dublin’s international student population increased by 17.5% between 2014 and 2017, with a notable rise in Asian students arriving in the city to study medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons, University College Dublin or Trinity College Dublin.
The London Review is a quarterly publication providing a detailed analysis of the prime central London sales and lettings markets. It provides a round-up of key market data including the performance of Knight Frank’s Prime Central London Sales and Lettings Indices.