Monaco luxury resi prices hit €53,000 psm as new-build supply dries up
World's most expensive real estate market gets even more exclusive as a whole year goes by without any new properties being completed
Residential property prices in the world’s top 100 city and second home markets increased by an average of just 1.3% in the last year, according to Knight Frank's Prime International Residential Index.
Nearly one in five (19%) affluent households around the world are looking to buy but not sell a property in the next three years, according to new research by Luxury Portfolio International, while only…
Key takeaways from the latest canvassing of Knight Frank’s worldwide applicant base, revealing just how much expectations, considerations and motivations have changed in 2020...
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Luxury agency announces another big-name hire as dramatic scaling-up continues.
Adam-designed trophy home has been 'reimagined for 21st century living' by MSMR Architects and 1508 London, at a total cost of nearly £50mn.
Charles Lloyd, aka 'Mr Mayfair', has rejoined the luxury agency from CBRE.
Julian Bicknell-designed stunner is the most expensive home sold on St George’s Hill this year.
Edvin Griskin won numerous awards as a top negotiator at his former firm.
'Having access to nature and green spaces is more important to residents than having access to public transport, shops and restaurants, and employment opportunities,' says Rightmove after surveying 26,000…
Freshly-refurbished residence on Harley Gardens exchanged in under a month.
Grade II listed mansion overlooking Green Park, once the London residence of Lord Byron, could be reinstated as one of the capital's finest trophy homes.
A ‘wave’ of wealthy American & Middle Eastern buyers is driving a super-prime property boom in Mayfair
Almost twice as many homes have sold for more than £10mn in Mayfair this year than in 2022.
The property market displayed 'much-better-than-predicted resilience this year,' says Tim Bannister, despite a bigger than usual December dip for new asking prices.
'We expect lending to remain weak in 2024, with a gradual improvement in affordability reflected in a modest increase in activity levels in 2025,' says banking industry trade body.
Tenants across Great Britain paid a record £85.6bn in rent in 2023, says Hamptons - equivalent to the total value of all homes sold in London last year.