International Markets

Prime global rents have jumped up by an average of 26% in the last three years, according to Knight Frank's latest index.

Knight Frank’s Prime Global Cities Index is climbing at its fastest rate since 2022, but these are not 'boom conditions', says research head Liam Bailey.

London has lost 10% of its high net worth population over the last ten years, pushing the UK capital down to fifth place on a list of the world's most millionaire-heavy cities.

'I just announced it on a Monday and I let everybody ask. How do I buy it?' Ryan Serhant explains how he pulled off the record-breaking launch of Mercedes Benz Places in Miami.

Just one high-end sale to a foreign purchaser was recorded in the first three months of 2024, as last year's tax hikes hit home.

Huron's latest Rich List points to a decline in China's wealth, with New York and London emerging as the world's top billionaire cities.

Knight Frank’s latest international indices tell of renewed positivity across luxury housing markets.

'Flashy is out, and quiet luxury is here to stay,' declares Christie’s International Real Estate, as the firm's brokers suggest less is more for affluent 'Gen Z' home-buyers.

12 months on, Measure ULA 'has either been a godsend or an absolute disaster, depending on who you ask,' says the LA Times.

Savills' annual research points to 'an inflection' for global cities in 2024 'as funding environments improve and real estate investment volumes start to recover.'

Turnkey homes along the Seine are in particularly high demand, reports Property Vision International associate Vingt Paris, as the French capital bathes in the sporting spotlight.

From hotel-branded residences to resort homes, demand for trophy assets remains strong amongst the global super-rich, says Jennifer Woodring of Luxury Portfolio International.