The US prime property market is reeling after the government announced plans to effectively end buyer anonymity in New York and Miami.
London isn't the only place where top-end transactions have tanked recently. Although the prices of luxury apartments in Manhattan hit new heights in 2015, the number of $10m+ deals fell by nearly 14%.
Sydney will see the biggest rises in residential property prices of any prime global city this year, says Knight Frank, while Hong Kong, Singapore and Paris are all likely to see price drops
Knight Frank has recorded a 0.9% fall in prime global rents in the year to September, a stark contrast to the 3.4% rise seen a couple of years ago
New York, London and Hong Kong are the most expensive locations for construction in the world, with cost premiums of between 40% and 60% compared with many European cities, and a "severe construction …
If the government was hoping to put a stop to wealthy foreigners investing in the UK, then raising the minimum threshold on investor visas from £1m to £2m may have just done the trick.
Knight Frank's Global House Price Index increased by 2.7% in the year to September 2015, as five of the 55 tracked countries posted double-digit growth and the pace of China's decline slowed
£9.2bn-worth of property deals - mainly commercial - are reported to have been agreed between the UK and India following Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Blighty. T
Measuring the performance of luxury resi markets in fifteen world cities over a one and five-year period (2010 to Q3 2015), this handy map from Knight Frank and EY has exposed some key macro trends at-a-glance.
A new report into the buying, holding and selling costs for foreign buyers of prime resi in fifteen of the world's top cities has picked out Monaco as the one offering the lowest taxation, and Shanghai …
79% of the world's 211,000 ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals own more than one home, and these super-rich types are increasingly buying "non-traditional homes" outside their domiciles, according …
China is now home to 596 dollar billionaires after the mega-rich population grew by 68.4