Location: Australasia

Top UK architecture firm looks to tap Australia's burgeoning build-to-rent sector.

Greenland Australia, the Aussie arm of Shanghai-based mega-developer Greenland, recently launched a pretty epic 674 square metre penthouse for sale at its eponymous flagship scheme in central Sydney

Knight Frank's Prime Global Cities Index registered 1.6% average growth in the year to Q3.

A vast harbourfront estate in Point Piper has reportedly been picked up by a Chinese tycoon for A$95m, just shy of the A$100m record set in 2018.

Irish proptech start-up claimed the world’s first fully remote, end-to-end, digital property transaction in March.

Activity may have plunged, but global super-prime property markets "outperformed expectations" under lockdown, reports Knight Frank, with 153 sales going through above $10m since March.

Grand Vaucluse pile has been owned by the Foreign Office since 1972

New prime property with park views command a 34% price premium globally, says Knight Frank, rising to 75% for a view of one of London's Royal Parks

When it comes to residential property development, there’s more to wellbeing than just adding a new spa, says Andrew Shirley.

Buyers have splashed over $650m (£332m) on apartments at Crown Residences at One Barangaroo, with a record 12 units fetching over £10m apiece.

Knight Frank flags nine global prime resi trends to monitor in 2020, while picking which prime global cities are likely to see rising house prices in the coming year - and which are set for price falls.

In the face of stiff competition, Australian agent Christian Gravias has almost certainly produced the strangest real estate video of the year.