Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Melisa Lawford casts doubt on whether the UK capital will be able to regain its world-wide appeal when travel restrictions lift.
Residential property sales in 30 major Chinese cities have bounced back to exceed pre-Coronovirus levels, reports the South China Morning Post.
As the world goes into lockdown, Chinese real estate markets are beginning to see more activity, says Nick Holt, Knight Frank’s Head of Research in APAC, on the ground in Beijing.
Rumours around the office at the epicentre of the virus being back in business – seen by many to be a light at the end of the tunnel – have turned out to be false.
China’s property market flatlined as a result of the Coronavirus lockdown, but there are already signs of recovery, says Knight Frank.
Evergrande is offering 25% off across the board as the country’s real estate market teeters ‘on a cliff edge’
Practice sees off stiff competition to scoop ‘once in a generation opportunity to design the showcase for the UK in one of the world’s most important capitals’
A year ago, Knight Frank declared the start of “the Great Moderation” in the world’s prime residential markets; the firm’s latest Global Prime Cities Index bears out the prediction…
Atlas Residential is building a massive residential portfolio in the US, UK and China
Lili Zhang has been recruited from Savills to run Knight Frank’s enlarged and restructured residential China Desk in London
Juwai.com and IQI Global have merged to create ‘Asia’s biggest proptech group specialised in global new development properties’
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office is looking to appoint a practice ‘of the highest calibre’ to create a ‘showcase for design and products that fully reflect Britain and its values’