Letting Agents: Lackeys of the State?
A £10,000 fine if immigration details are wrong? For Pete's sake, give letting agents a break says Trevor Abrahmsohn... The ramifications of the immigration problem facing the UK are horrendous.
London: Multi-millionaire (but not millionaire or billionaire) capital of the world
More multi-millionaires call London home than any other city, although there are more billionaires in New York, and more millionaires in Tokyo, according to new research by WealthInsight
Currency Matters: Weak sterling to drive overseas investment into London until 2018 – Knight Frank
The relative weakness of sterling compared to other currencies will continue to drive overseas investment into UK property until at least 2018, according to the latest from Knight Frank
Futurewealth #4: The digital future of client relationships
In the final Futurewealth 2012/13 report, wealth gurus Scorpio Partnership explore how luxury brands master digital brand love, and how investment in digital comms can translate into commercial success…
Singapore: The strong fundamentals of a billionaire destination – Candy & Candy GPS Report (Part Five)
The fifth part of Candy & Candy's Global Prime Sector report looks at how Singapore has established itself as the international capital of Asia
Hong Kong: A meteoric rise and record-breaking demand – Candy & Candy GPS Report (Part Four)
In the fourth part of Candy & Candy's Global Prime Sector report, Savills' Simon Smith examines Hong Kong's meteoric rise, and asks whether the latest (ninth) round of cooling measures has had any impact…
Measuring Up: RICS plans to create International Property Measurement Standards
There's always a bit of give in the measurement of a property's square footage, but where you draw the line can have a huge impact, especially for international buyers who may expect something rather different…
New York: “Value-play” buying opportunities in the Big Apple – Candy & Candy GPS Report (Part Three)
The third part of Candy & Candy's Global Prime Sector report looks at how New York is the new land of opportunity for overseas property investors
Next Gen Knightsbridge: 40% of rentals are to wealthy 20-somethings – Strutt & Parker
39% of rentals through Strutt & Parker's Knightsbridge office over the last few months have been to monied 20-somethings, who, the agent says, typically spend £1,563 per week on a two-bed flat.
London: The world’s wealth leader – Candy & Candy GPS Report (Part Two):
The second part of Candy & Candy's Global Prime Sector report gives the inside track on London's position as the ultra-high net worth capital of the world
Tokyo leads luxury residential market slowdown as Europe still struggles – Knight Frank
The average price of luxury homes in the world’s key cities fell by 0.4
London saw £2.3bn of £10m+ transactions in 2012, up 18% on 2007 – Candy & Candy
The first part of the inaugural GPS (Global Prime Sector) report from interior design and development management company Candy & Candy has many graphs in soft pastel shades, and much insight from the likes…