The Market

Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from JLL, Knight Frank, Halifax, Zoopla, Savills, the Bank of England & more...

Knight Frank illustrates how far US$1 million will stretch when it comes to prime residential property from Monaco and New York to Cape Town and Mumbai.

Following a bumper 2022, Savills has registered the highest number of buyers looking for £5m-plus homes since its analysis began.

JLL’s PCL lettings boss summarises the big themes at play in the rental market right now, and the four main priorities for tenants...

'There remains a huge amount of nervousness among borrowers, who aren't sure which way mortgage rates are likely to move next,' comments Knight Frank Finance on the latest BoE mortgage lending data.

Knight Frank's Kate Everett-Allen assesses what lies ahead for the world’s top luxury residential markets, and highlights the key trends set to shape their performance.

London and New York continue to lead for ultra-prime home sales - above US$25mn - according to Knight Frank's just-published Wealth Report 2023.

2023's purchasers are falling into two categories, says buying firm Eccord.

'It looks increasingly unlikely that the lettings market will return to any sense of normality this year', says Knight Frank.

Liam Bailey, Knight Frank’s Global Head of Research, shares his key insights from the 17th edition of the firm's flagship research event, The Wealth Report.

House prices have soared by an average of over 20% since the onset of Covid-19, reports Halifax, with huge variations driven by a 'fundamental shift in buyer demand'.

Demand is holding up and price declines appear to be bottoming out, reports Knight Frank.