Knight Frank & Hong Kong
Knight Frank LLP is an independent global residential and commercial property consultancy founded in London in 1896. Knight Frank together with its New York-based affiliate Newmark Knight Frank is one of the world's leading independent global property consultancies. Hong Kong is one of two Special Administrative Regions (SARs) of the People's Republic of China (PRC), the other being Macau. /5
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THE TEN PRICIEST STREETS ON THIS PLANET Where do Brad Pitt, Laxmi Mittal, the royals, the world's billionaires live? Which country has the most exclusive, the priciest street? What is the worth of their property..? Singapore-based wealth intelligence firm Wealth-X looked at the average property prices of the world’s billionaires, to find the most exclusive – and expensive – streets on the planet. The world’s billionaires in total hold an eye-watering US$169 billion of property, with average property holdings of $78 million each. How much does that buy you? In the most sought-after streets, a single square meter is now worth more than US$100,000. And with limited supply of the very best properties, and with owners who usually don’t need to sell, sky-high prices are only likely to go up. The top ten priciest streets countries are: France, US, Sardinia, Russia, Switzerland, Singapore, Monaco, UK, Hong Kong! Which country has the priciest street...? Not countries from Europe, not US which harbors mo ...
Chinese property buyers and investors have eclipsed those from Singapore as the world's foremost buyers of prime new-build homes globally. According to the latest Global Development Insight Q3 2013 report from Knight Frank, since the global financial crisis took hold five years ago, private investors have looked to bricks and mortar as a means of preserving and growing their wealth. Prime real estate prices in key locations such as Dubai and Hong Kong have reflected this, rising by 63 percent and 81 percent respectively since early 2009. During Q3 2013, Chinese investors were the most influential buyer nationality in the world's prime new-build sector, with a preference for buying properties in Hong Kong, New York and London. Investors from Singapore and Russia came in second and third place respectively. The report noted that Singaporeans prefer to buy new-build property in London, Malaysia and Tokyo, and that the average prices of the purchases are in the range of US$2.37 million. Chinese, Russian and U ...
Britain for sale: Knight Frank launches new homes in Canning Town... in Hong Kong
S'pore, HK look to cool not kill property markets SINGAPORE/HONG KONG - Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 per cent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Even if the pace of buying slows, analysts said, the appetite for homes in Hong Kong and Singapore is so strong that prices are expected to stay firm or ease only marginally. "Singapore is like the London of Asia. Many people are not here to flip their properties or sell out in two to three years," said Knight Frank's head of consultancy and research Png Poh Soon. "There are lots of non-monetary reasons for buying Singapore and also Hong Kong property." The two Asian citie ...
The World’s Richest Country By Shibani Mahtani A man is silhouetted against the skyline of Louis Vuitton’s floating store and the financial district of Singapore. Yet another wealth report has put tiny Singapore on the top of its charts – this time, as the wealthiest nation in the world by GDP per capita, beating out Norway, the U.S., Hong Kong and Switzerland. The report, released by Knight Frank and Citi Private Wealth, estimates that Singapore’s GDP per capita – at US$56,532 in 2010, measured by purchasing power parity – is the highest in the world, topping Norway (US$51, 226), the US (US$45, 511) and Hong Kong (US$45, 301). The report also predicts that Singapore will hold its place as the world’s most affluent country in 2050 (by GDP per capita), followed closely by Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea who will displace Norway and Switzerland as the world’s richest places. This figure is no doubt bolstered by the staggering number of millionaires in the city-state, which Knight Frank and ...
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