The buying, holding and selling costs for residential property in global cities
Rising residential costs help push Hong Kong to the top of the Savills Live/Work Index
The risks of core markets and a search for alternatives
Chinese cities recorded world-beating house price growth in 2017
The world’s real-estate value has reached a new high, underlining its global economic role
All eyes are on Chinese debt growth, but is it really a threat to global markets and real estate?
With yields for traditional assets low, is it time to look further afield to create income?
There is support for an 18-year property cycle, but not everyone is convinced. Our three experts bring their views to the table
We asked the heads of local markets to position the rent level for different sectors in their cities on our Savills ‘wave’
To plan for and invest in a built environment that will outlast us, we need to redefine and reassess risk
With the prospect of future interest rate rises, we assess the real-estate implications
How does his £10,000 a year income translate to current values?
Land values in Chicago from 1830 to 1933 show that real-estate history has a habit of repeating itself
We take a look at some of the best economic performers across the globe