International Markets

US cities have seen the highest rates of prime property price growth in the last six months, reports Savills, as the firm predicts a slight slowdown across most world cities in the second half of this…

“There is significant scope for countries to improve the design and functioning of housing taxes,” declares the OECD, as it advises high-income economies including the UK to cut residential transaction tax…

Wealthy private client investors "have been operating against an unprecedented backdrop of macro-economic disruption," says Investec - but "these challenging times have failed to dampen sentiment and can…

Rents in the Big Apple have soared by 29% over the last year to hit a record high.

The US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Sweden are now all in the third stage of a property market downturn, suggests Neil Shearing, Group Chief Economist at Capital Economics

Knight Frank's latest index "confirms the extent to which top tier cities are seeing demand return and stock dwindle as workers, along with international students and corporate tenants return to the prime …

Average house prices across the EU-27 have increased by 39% since 2016, while the UK has seen 31% growth.

High Net Worth Individuals are back on the move, suggests Henley Global; here's which countries they're mostly moving from, and where they're moving to (map via visualcapitalist.com)...

Sales of high-end homes plummeted by nearly 18% during the three months to the end of April, the largest drop since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic

North America retains its position as the top global region for the super-rich, while Europe has overtaken a "lacklustre" Asia-Pacific according to Capgemini’s new World Wealth Report.

Against a volatile economic backdrop, the security and privacy Monaco offers is not going unnoticed by wealthy buyers, reports Knight Frank

House price growth in global cities is outpacing national averages, according to Knight Frank's latest indices - but signs point to a general property market slowdown.