Dublin is favourite for finance jobs post-Brexit
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.
Riding the currency carousel for property investment
Cross-border buyers will spot opportunities when currencies are cheap and overseas real estate looks better value in relation to their home markets.
Monaco homes are most expensive residential property in the world
A record €2.7bn of residential property in Monaco was transacted in 2016.
European 2017 investment activity to be defined by a shift of income
Given the limited prospects for significant capital growth, investors are searching for sustainable income streams.
Which cities offer tech workers the best quality of life?
Commute time is only part of the story: the cost of renting a home is also key.
How much is the world worth?
In early 2016, global real estate values totalled US$217 trillion. That figure has now risen by 5 per cent.
A decade of change in the cost of city living and working
Savills Live/Work index ranks office and accommodation costs in 20 global cities between 2008 and 2016.
Taxes, rather than real estate costs, likely to determine European relocations
Last summer’s Brexit vote has raised questions over London’s future as a financial centre and speculation is rife as to which European cities are set to benefit from businesses relocating employees out of the UK.
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