Five things to consider when weighing up global real estate risk
How should you be measuring investment risk in global real estate markets?
As global records are surpassed yet again, where next for student housing investment?
Growth will continue as market pioneers sell and recapitalise, fuelling investment activity.
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.
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.
Nine trends to track in European property markets this year
Speculative development and demand for co-working spaces will be among 2017's macro-trends.
Why investors are increasingly making dates with data centres
With the unstoppable rise of online services, data centres can help diversify a portfolio.
World cities blur distinctions between tourist and business visitors
It's becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish between travellers' many reasons for visiting a city.
How different European countries house their student populations
The way in which different countries house their student populations differs widely, particularly across Europe.
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