Global luxury house prices recover as rate uncertainty eases
"Price adjustments in many markets are likely to be less pronounced than was expected even three months ago," says Knight Frank.
Knight Frank's latest Global House Price Index slowed to +3.6% in the 12 months to Q1 2023, down from 5.7% in the previous quarter.
Global luxury property market index turns negative for the first time since the Global Financial Crisis
Top-end property values are now falling in 16 of the 46 markets tracked by Knight Frank's Prime Global Cities Index, and 'downward pressure' is expected to continue for the next few quarters.
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%.
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Longstanding independent firm ramps up resi division with recruitment of high-profile broker & star of Britain’s Most Expensive Houses as head of sales.
CBRE and Beauchamp Estates are about to launch sales at Three Kings Mayfair, for JV developers 1.61 London, Urbanwise and Valpre.
Andrew Russell & Ben Bentley's independent firm, The Country House Department, is on course for a 'record' year following a number of big-ticket deals.
Boutique development on Mount Street houses four luxury apartments designed by Rigby & Rigby, plus some retail and office space.
High-end specialists from Savills summarise the key drivers shaping the PCL lettings & sales markets this year.
Hamish Bruce has joined Inhous following stints at Marsh & Parsons and Black Brick.
Freehold swathe on sought-after Tite Street has scope for a significant prime resi scheme.
Walnut Tree House in Hampton Wick comes with a boathouse and private mooring, and was once home to the owner of Fortnum & Mason.
While eco-solutions require significant investment in terms of both strategy and execution, the long-term gains are already evident, explains Strutt & Parker's Josh Ayres.
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Real estate continues to be the largest concentration of wealth in the world, reveals Savills, worth almost four times the value of global GDP.
PCL has once again gone ‘on sale’ due to a near-term tumble for GBP, reports David Huggett.
Fixer-uppers are in high demand, says Rightmove.
The latest weekly data from LonRes shows a continuing spike in asking price reductions across both sales and rental markets.