Yolande Barnes is Head of Savills World Research. She writes regularly for research publications, national and international newspapers on a variety of property-related topics and regularly appears on television and radio.
How should you be measuring investment risk in global real estate markets?
It's becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish between travellers' many reasons for visiting a city.
Manchester must build its brand as a city in which Generation Y can have successful tech careers.
Quoted yields across city markets could be misleading investors.
The currency of the new world economy is human talent, and that talent often chooses to live and work in smaller cities.
Tech businesses have always paid less than their financial neighbours, but this could be about to change
Prices have come back to – and in some cases far exceeded – their pre-downturn peaks in these major US cities.
Estimates of how many of London's banking and insurance jobs will be lost to Europe’s finance sector in the wake of Brexit vary enormously.
Cross-border buyers will spot opportunities when currencies are cheap and overseas real estate looks better value in relation to their home markets.
Here are our predictions for the year ahead.
The US city is now the world's most expensive location for businesses to accommodate staff.
In analysing whether prime property is affordable, overheated or cheap, much can be learned about less expensive housing.
Once again, the UK capital is the most expensive city in which to relocate employees. But Hong Kong and New York are closing the gap.
In early 2016, global real estate values totalled US$217 trillion. That figure has now risen by 5 per cent.
Employee costs are 30 per cent more expensive in London than in Paris, according to our latest report.
For those with a penchant for the exotic, or even the extreme, here are my top three tips for long-term investment high on the risk curve.
A universal increase in students and graduates, plus an ageing population, are generating new market sectors.
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