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Knight Frank's Global Buyer Survey 2021 tracks how the world's affluent property buyers’ priorities, motivations and attitudes are changing.

Hong Kong has been usurped as the world's most expensive city by Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, according to the latest Mercer Cost of Living Survey.

Hong Kong has been usurped as the world's most expensive city by Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, according to the latest Mercer Cost of Living Survey.

Hong Kong has been usurped as the world's most expensive city by Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, according to the latest Mercer Cost of Living Survey.

Hong Kong has been usurped as the world's most expensive city by Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, according to the latest Mercer Cost of Living Survey.

"We expect the prospect of rising interest rates, government intervention and the withdrawal of stimulus measures to rein in the market’s exuberance in the second half of 2021," says Knight Frank, as p…

Runaway property price growth in the regions is likely to soften from next year, predicts Savills, while Prime Central London prices are set for a sharp upwards bounce once international travel resumes

London leavers bought 85% more homes outside the capital in the first half of this year than in H1 2019.

"The prime residential sector is likely to remain strong through the rest of the year," says Savills in its latest World Cities Index.

Zoopla's research chief Grainne Gilmore expects property price inflation to continue to accelerate in the coming months, "peaking at around 6%, before falling back to between 4%-5% by the end of 2021

The top-end of London residential sales market has just enjoyed its strongest first half since 2014, reports Savills, with 59% more £5m+ transactions recorded in the first six months of this year compared …

London continues to be the UK region with the lowest annual growth, for the sixth consecutive month.