What's in store for global real estate in 2022? What will be its biggest obstacles to overcome? And where will capital investment travel this year? Read on for all the answers.
Property has proved its worth as a solid and resilient asset over the last 18 years and as a result, cross-border real estate investment is set to reach record volumes in 2022 with the US the world's top destination. Find out more.
With residential property experiencing a boom almost worldwide, some markets are bubbles waiting to burst. Find out why and which markets are in most danger this year.
Real estate in Latin America is shining bright on investor radars. Find out why, which countries offer the best potential for ROI and which ticks all the boxes.
Global real estate prices went up by 9.2% in the year to June 2021, the highest rate since Q1 2005. Leading the price hikes were developed countries although many showed stability.
Residential property became the biggest asset for global real estate investment in the first half of this year. Multi-family assets saw a 30% rise in investments with US cities the favourite destinations.
In Q1 2021, global property prices rose by their highest rate since Q4 2006 with 13 registering double-digit increases. Discover how individual countries performed and why cooling measures are needed in some.
Luxury residential real estate performed well in 2020 with price rises across the globe. UHNWIs showed a strong perference for resort and coastal property and extra outdoor space.
The global prime property outlook for 2021 looks rosy with most cities to see price increases over the next year as new trends settle among consumers. Furthermore, the market looks set for changes in location as the suburbs and beach resorts rise in popularity.
Prime property prices continued to rise across the globe in Q3, according to the latest Knight Frank Index. 62% of the cities in the survey registered an increase with an overall rise of 1.6%. North America was the best performing region in a year where domestic demand is driving markets and investors are looking to property as "a safe and tangible asset".
How has the pandemic affected global development? This article summarises a report looking at changes in design and sales processes for developers worldwide with the conclusion that the key to success is not overreacting and being flexible.
Warren Buffett, one of the world's most successful investors ever, recently celebrated his 90th birthday. On this landmark occasion, we look at four property investment lessons that we can learn from the epitome of how to invest successfully.
Global real estate investment dropped by a third in the first half of 2020 on the back of the effects of the pandemic. The tourism, office and retail sectors were the hardest hit while residential saw a lesser impact. Moving forward, the long term prospects look promising for real estate as governments pour major capital into infrastructure.
Although the covid-19 pandemic has had far reaching effects across all sectors, some are faring better than others. They include property - although many real estate agents have been closed or doing virtual viewings only, a recent survey reveals strong buyer appetite. Vendors too are staying put and generally maintaining their prices. That said, potential homeowners are now prioritising home office space and green areas.
Florida is one of the world’s favourite destination not only for travelling but also for investing in property. Here is an overview of the real estate market and economy in the state in Quarter 3 of 2019. The Florida Realtors’ latest report shows new positive figures. They stated that more closed sales, higher median prices, more pending sales and rising pending inventory during the third quarter of 2019. Also, during those three months, more than 78,750 single-family homes were sold across Flor