The 10 most valuable real estate markets in the world
Just 10 countries contain 70 per cent of all global commercial and residential value. China and the US together make up 42 per cent.
Caribbean islands offer sunny investment for overseas buyers
Buyers from all over the world are attracted to the Caribbean climate and relaxed way of life, but each island has something different to offer.
European luxury market remains strong
Buyers aren't letting exchange rates or economic uncertainty get in the way of buying their dream home.
South East Asia offers secure opportunities for luxury investors
Opportunities for luxury investors abound in South East Asia, with secure markets such as Hong Kong and Singapore, but buyers need to stay one step ahead of legislation.
New York, Los Angeles & San Franciso lead luxury US real estate recovery
Prices have come back to – and in some cases far exceeded – their pre-downturn peaks in these major US cities.
Cape Town and Dubai residential markets remain strong despite falling oil prices
Despite global economic uncertainty and falling oil prices, the residential property markets in Cape Town and Dubai remain buoyant, attracting international buyers.
Monaco's ultra-prime property is still among the most expensive in the world
If this weekend's F1 Grand Prix circuit were measured as dwelling floor space, it would be worth €3bn.
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