Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

Property prices in Ireland growing faster outside of Dublin

November 02, 2015 - Ireland
Property prices in Ireland increased 1.3% nationwide in September and are 8.9% higher year on year, the latest official figures shows.

UK property market could see “biggest boom of all time”

October 26, 2015 - England
Surging demand, a major lack of supply and low interest rates are driving home prices to new extremes in London the East and South East of England.

Hong Kong: Home owners slash prices

October 22, 2015 - Hong Kong
Home owners are being compelled to slash selling prices to secure buyers in Hong Kong's bleak secondary residential market.

UK property demand now higher outside of London

October 20, 2015 - United Kingdom
Demand for property in the UK is now higher outside of London, increasing by 5% since the second quarter of the year, according to latest market intelligence report.

The London hotspot where prices have soared by 863%

October 16, 2015 - London
The south-east London enclave of Dulwich has emerged as the capital's top spot for house price growth, after recording an increase of 863% over the past 20 years.

London house prices to average £1 million by 2020

October 12, 2015 - London
The average London home could cost £1 million in just five years time, according to a prediction from property agent Rightmove.

The Party's Over in Macau

September 29, 2015 - Macau
Residential prices have already dropped by more than 24 percent this year.

Where are the world's most expensive properties?

September 22, 2015 - Hong Kong
Hong Kong stands apart is the most expensive city location in the world for prime property, some 61% more expensive than its nearest rival London.

International students add £600 million to London's private rented sector

September 21, 2015 - London
The 107,000 international students studying in London contribute some £600 million in rental income to the capital’s rental market, new research has found.

Housing transactions in Taipei fall to 16-year low

September 08, 2015 - Taipei
Transactions of residential and commercial property in Taipei in August fell to a 16-year low for the same month because of government measures to cap speculation in the real estate market.