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Knight Frank's team flags five key drivers of global property price growth in 2022, and six international trends to watch.

“The swing back of demand into city centres, including London, has underpinned another rise in rents in Q3, especially as the supply of rental property remains tight," says Gráinne Gilmore, Head of Re…

Less than a quarter of surveyors think that a property’s energy efficiency rating has any impact at all on a its selling price, according to a new survey by the RICS.

Surveyors reported a small dip in sales volumes despite rising buyer enquiries in October, as house-hunters struggled to find suitable homes to buy.

The number of "branded residence" developments around the world has jumped by 230% over the last decade, reports Savills, and is expected to nearly double again within five years.

Every UK region has seen double-digit growth in property transactions volumes compared to pre-pandemic 2019, says TwentyCi. Nearly a million households are about to move home or have recently done so

2021 is set to be the UK property market's strongest year since 2007, both in terms of sales volumes and house price inflation, according to Zoopla.

London property remains overvalued, says UBS, but the UK capital is near the bottom of the bubble-risk table this year.

Every region and market sector saw asking prices rise to a record high last month, reports Rightmove; it's the first "full house" since 2007.

London's average £1m home is only a third (36%) bigger than the overall average-sized home in the capital, says Savills. Buyers would get an average of 70% more space if they looked beyond the M25.

A sharp acceleration in property price inflation means that the combined value of British homes has climbed by £550 billion (a third of the total five-year increase) in just the last 12 months, according …

Property price inflation has driven the average SDLT bill in England up from £601 in 1997 to £3,548 in 2021.