International

It's time to go macro for a bit. Knight Frank has taken its quarterly check-up of 27 prime markets around the globe and reckons price growth has started to stall

Hamptons International is going sunny side up, having signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Coldwell Banker Residential Island Affiliates in the Caribbean

Chesterton Global, parent company of UK agency Chesterton Humberts, has announced a joint venture in Singapore to "pave the way" for future expansion into Asia.

Green Property's sale of the epic One Nine Elms scheme to Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group has been completed

Will the proposed CGT changes make London look expensive on the international stage? Savills doesn't seem to think so

Royal Wharf, a 37-acre site on the Thames, has been sold for around £200m to Singapore-listed developer Oxley Holdings.

Flexing its global reach to the max, Knight Frank has had a crack at working out which nationality is the world's "leading cross-border buyer of new-build luxury property"

Increasing numbers of developers and private sellers are specifically preparing their properties to attract HNW international buyers.

The appetite for prime central London property from the world's wealthy seems insatiable, says James Bailey, and international investors - particularly from China - are getting ever-more sophisticated…

UHNWIs operate on a global basis, so in terms of buying additional prime homes the world is truly their oyster

In the second part of Candy & Candy's GPS Report, Savills' Yolande Barnes and Paul Tostevin break down where the rich are buying what, focusing on luxury enclaves of "play" properties around the globe