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Writing for the FT, Rana Foroohar explains why so much global wealth is still tied up in bricks and mortar, and the 'troubling' ramifications.
Report delves into the world of mega-mortgages...
The high-society magazine has tapped up some well-known names from the prime property world for their advice.
The Telegraph: Tech billionaires are making battlefields of their English country estates by alienating the locals
In this entertaining piece for the Telegraph, Helen Kirwan-Taylor reports on rising tensions between local residents and wealthy buyers snapping up the UK’s finest country estates.
The Sunday Times: Selling Sunset’s Jason Oppenheim on being the world’s most famous estate agent and therapy
Star of hit Netflix real estate show 'Selling Sunset' reveals the secrets of his success - and rules out a foray across the pond for now...
Melissa York writes for The Times on the downsides of upward extensions
Shivani Vora rounds up eight big-ticket apartments in this piece for Architectural Digest, from a full-floor in NYC’s 432 Park Avenue to a duplex in London’s One Hyde Park.
George Hammond has taken a tour of Christian Candy's 80 Holland Park for the Financial Times, noting that it is "a stark departure" from One Hyde Park, and reflects the shifting tastes of London's super-rich…
Crown Estate Chief Executive Dan Labbad has warned that property owners face "obsolescence" if they fail to adapt to changing work and lifestyle needs, and rising environmental standards.
In this piece for the Times, Carol Lewis investigates the psychological drivers behind the current housing market boom, which has wrong-footed even the most seasoned of analysts and forecasters.
The Times: The inside story of Nick and Christian Candy’s One Hyde Park, the world’s most expensive building
Writing for the Times, Emanuele Midolo explains “how two public school boys from Surrey created the world’s most talked about residential building”.
A "combination of bold developers and new arrivals" from Hong Kong "could provide a shot in the arm for London's pandemic-afflicted property market," writes Karen Kwok for Reuters..