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Office hunters take note – it’s your market now!
OVERSUPPLY, LOW TAKE-UP AND INCREASED COMPETITION PUTS TENANTS IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT With more supply entering an already diluted playing field, the office market is expected to face increased competition this year as new buildings (and old) scramble to avoid low occupancy rates. That means landlords will have to... Read more
Education a critical driver of prime housing market
FOR THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD IT, THE REAL McCOY IS STILL THE PREFERRED CHOICE ALTHOUGH FRANCHISED VERSIONS OF RENOWNED UK SCHOOLS HAVE OPENED IN ASIA AND THE MIDDLE EAST BY Zoe Phoon Good schools are a key driver of the housing market and their presence often helps to drive... Read more
Last call at Chiswick Gate in London
FINAL COLLECTION OF HOMES FROM LUXURY DEVELOPMENT WITHIN HIGHLY-VAUNTED WEST LONDON LOCALE Envisioned to provide ultimate luxury and comfort for busy London residents and their families, Chiswick Gate, a luxury development taking shape in prime West London, is now releasing its final collection of residential units within the project.... Read more
A globalised future for property investment
BY Chris Prasad International real estate firm Knight Frank predicts that more than 30% of total worldwide real estate transactions will be cross-border by 2018. In its inaugural Active Capital report released last month, Knight Frank foresees that the globalisation of real estate will accelerate next year, suggesting that... Read more
Despite economic turmoil, ultra-rich individuals on the rise
ASIA CLOSING IN ON U.S. AS KEY HUB FOR UHNWIs BY 2026, SAYS KNIGHT FRANK WEALTH REPORT BY Chris Prasad Global real estate firm Knight Frank has just released the 11th edition of The Wealth Report, and the results are revealing as well as more than a little surprising.... Read more
Average house prices STILL on the rise globally
BY Chris Prasad The overall climate of political and economic uncertainty has done little to slow down rising house prices globally, says international property firm Knight Frank. In its latest Global House Price Index report, the firm’s global research shows that average house prices around the world rose at... Read more
Subdued property market means it’s a tenant’s market
Last year was a challenging year for the property market, especially with both high-end condominiums and offices witnessing remarkably subdued activity. In its summary of market highlight for the second half of 2016 and the outlook for the current year, global property firm Knight Frank Malaysia (KFM) said homebuyers... Read more
KL still top choice for commercial developments
… BUT THAT COULD CHANGE IN THE NEAR FUTURE BY Chris Prasad The nation’s capital remains the favoured focal point for commercial investment and development in the country, says global property consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia. It said KL has seen the lion’s share of investments and development in the commercial... Read more
Asian UHNWIs target key Western markets
BY Zoe Phoon  Trends of the decade in Knight Frank’s The Wealth Report 2016 show that ten years ago, ultra high net worth individual (UHNWI) investors looked to trusted Central London office locations particularly Mayfair, High Street Kensington and core City. The more adventurous ventured into Soho or Covent... Read more
Think like a political scientist in 2017
Global property firm Knight Frank rounds up the economic, policy and political factors that will define Asia Pacific property markets this year BY Kate May Understanding the underlying economic and political factors in specific markets is key to determining property market trends across the Asia Pacific region, says global... Read more