Economics

'The risk of severe correction in the medium term is very high' warns UBS in new report

Cities are competing to regain their vibrancy. The ones which make true mixed-use work for them will win, says Knight Frank's Liam Bailey

Knight Frank's Global Cities report explores how art, tech and creativity are strengthening residential property markets in Dubai and Miami

Management consultancy ranks London in first place for economic clout, ease of doing business, education, technology readiness, location & access

UK capital will remain Europe’s main financial centre argues the LSE's Simeon Djankov

Demand seems to be drying up for new-build apartments in central London as planning pipelines balloon, reports investment house London Central Portfolio, with a worsening case of over-supply - which the …

Singapore's National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said the government is considering building public flats in prime areas, like the planned Greater Southern Waterfront, in order to make the city…

The wait-and-see approach is spreading beyond buyers and sellers..

"The term 'gentrification' does not quite capture the massive changes that have been happening in a growing number of cities worldwide in the last few years"

A "notably quiet" Q2 in prime central London belies some significant property market movements over the last 18-or-so months, says JLL, with December 2014's stamp duty changes heralding a period of much…