Across the 173 cities analysed by the Economist Intelligence Unit, cost of living prices have risen by an average of 7.4% in the last year.

Cornwall, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster have more second homes than any other parts of the country.

Aspen in Colorado is the No.1 ski destination for luxury property, according to the latest Savills analysis, while Val d’Isère is "the one to watch" in the year ahead.

Jackson-Stops has looked into country house buying trends to identify England's rural retreat hotspots - and track how things shifted through the pandemic years.

'The desire for relocation in Europe remains steadfast' despite a slowing property market, says RE/MAX after quizzing 22,000 people across the continent.

'The pandemic-induced Alpine mini boom is ending with a fizzle rather than a bang,' says Knight Frank.

The majority of high net worth investors from Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE say their confidence in the UK property market has increased over the last 12 months, reports Al Rayan Bank.

More than 690 branded residential schemes have completed globally so far, says Savills, and another 600 are expected to be delivered by 2030.

17,590 properties have sold for more than £1mn in the capital so far this year - which is 21% of all resi transactions.

American cities dominate a new list of top cities for 'centi-millionaires', while London's popularity amongst the global super-rich appears to be waning.

'Resident experience drives operational performance by maximising occupancy and income while also reducing costs,' says Knight Frank after analysing and rating 247 build-to-rent schemes around the UK

Estate agency Jackson-Stops has found 'a compelling link between period homes and property values.'