Prime global rents ‘struggling to achieve growth’ – Knight Frank
Rents in 17 world cities nudged up by an average of just 0.5% in the 12 months to Q1 2017
"The heady days of 5% annual growth look unlikely to be repeated for some time," says Knight Frank's Kate Everett-Allen, as the firm's Prime Global Rental Index hovers close to the zero mark.
Using its considerable research muscle to measure performance across seventeen major world cities, Knight Frank's Prime Global Rental Index recorded a 4.8% boost in 2013
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