Knight Frank has looked into how Covid-19 is accelerating design trends and impacting housing delivery, suggesting some key evolutions for the future of the global prime residence.

Savills' research team has profiled four key London buyer types and how their changing wants and needs are impacting the prime residential markets

New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong are the top global cities for luxury living, according to a new index by HNW research house Wealth X.

UBS has surveyed a few thousand wealthy investors around the globe to identify a series of emerging trends, including strong intentions to move either closer to family or to less populated areas.

Two top buying agents - one focused on prime London, and one on prime country houses - reveal what is on their clients' most-wanted lists.

New prime property with park views command a 34% price premium globally, says Knight Frank, rising to 75% for a view of one of London's Royal Parks

As we heard this week, a record number of skyscrapers completed in London last year, and we're about to see the completion of the world's tallest building - the kilometre-high Kingdom Tower in Jeddah; D…

How do prices and lifestyles stack up in like-for-like neighbourhoods across central New York and London?

When it comes to residential property development, there’s more to wellbeing than just adding a new spa, says Andrew Shirley.

You can get a lot more property for your money outside of the capital; 953 extra square feet, on average, say LonRes & Hamptons as they analyse the latest trends in "London leavers".

New-build reviews platform HomeViews has taken a deep-dive into the burgeoning build-to-rent sector, revealing what tenants really value - and what causes most irritation

Julius Baer has looked into the cost of living across 20 items for High Net Worth individuals, including residential property, watches, jewellery, fine wine, cars, business class flights and lawyers, to…