Global house prices rise at their fastest rate since 2006
Knight Frank's Global House Price Index tells of a 7.3% average increase across 56 tracked countries in the year to Q1 2021.
Knight Frank's Global House Price index is rising at its fastest rate since Q1 2005. A third of tracked property markets have seen prices escalate by at least 10% in the last year.
43 of the 150 global cities tracked by Knight Frank have seen prices escalate by more than 10% over the last year, with five above 25%.
"The prime residential sector is likely to remain strong through the rest of the year," says Savills in its latest World Cities Index.
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