International prime property prices surged in 2021 as ‘luxury homes became the asset class of choice for UHNWIs’
Knight Frank's Prime International Residential Index posted its biggest ever year in 2021, with luxury property prices around the world rising by an average of 8.4%.
Knight Frank’s Global Head of Research, Liam Bailey, shares his key insights from the 16th edition of the firm's flagship annual publication, The Wealth Report.
CBRE's eighth annual "borough-by-borough" research report tracks property market, demographic and lifestyle trends across the capital.
"The significant recovery in the PCL lettings market, witnessed during Q4 2021, together with the easing of the Covid travel restrictions, could be a precursor of what lies ahead for the sales market in…
Buyer and tenant demand increased further in January, while the supply of properties for sale and rent continued to fall short.
“There are signs that the imbalance between demand and supply is starting to ease,” says Zoopla in its latest market update.
London Central Portfolio saw an 11% jump in agreed rents on new tenancies in Q4 2021, "correcting the deep discounts that were granted during the same period in 2020".
Construction supply issues are worsening, warn architects, ‘making sustainable design more difficult’
"Shortages of [construction] materials remain significant and inflation is gathering pace", according to the latest update from the RIBA.
2022 will be "closer to normal market conditions", says Rightmove, as it predicts 5% property price inflation over the next 12 months.
Capital Gains Tax should be extended to nearly all homes, argues top think tank; here’s how it could work
Home-owners have benefitted from an "unearned, unequal and untaxed £3 trillion capital gains windfall" over the last 20 years, says the Resolution Foundation; this "one-off property lottery" should be …
“Unless this trend is reversed soon, transaction levels may flatline in 2022 with limited choice proving more significant than any shift in the interest rate environment for new buyers," warns the Royal I…
Knight Frank predicts that Manhattan property values will increase by 5% in 2022 - the highest rate of inflation in seven years.