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Moscow, Miami and Dubai Lucrative Real Estate Markets for 2013 In addition to the slow and steady rebound in the real estate economy of America, there are some other countries set to do well in 2013. As per a detailed property report conducted by London based real estate agency- Knight Frank, it was revealed that Dubai, Miami and Moscow will see the strongest real estate markets in 2013. The countries were ranked to be the most lucrative markets for 2013 in the luxury housing sector, reported Arabian Money. Knight Frank conducts the study- Prime Global Cities index- every year since 2006. The index is used to analyze the performance of luxury housing markets in key cities around the world. Prices in housing markets will rise 2.5 percent across 14 cities globally, which will be led by Moscow, Miami and Dubai, reported Property Wire. Prices of luxury houses in Dubai are expected to go up by 5 to 10 percent in 2013. The demand for luxury homes in the country is attributed to the fact that many people from .. ...
Battersea blitz! £600m flats go in four days at London's fastest selling development Over £600m worth of real estate, ranging from £343,000 for a studio to a £6m penthouse, has been sold at Battersea Power Station in a four-day sales rush. Three quarters of the initial 800 properties at the Circus West project were snapped up in what is being said to be the fastest selling property development on record in London. Rob Tincknell, chief executive of Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “It’s been like the start of the Harrods sale. It really has been phenomenal. We had people queuing from 6.30am on Thursday and the London allocation sold out in days.” Ticknell and his team are now in Singapore for a “road show” to sell the final 200 properties, with all 800 set to be sold by the end of January. Property experts have been astonished at the level of interest in the development. Stephan Miles-Brown, head of residential development at Knight Frank told the London Evening Standard: ...
Dear Followers,   2013 in few lines:   What's in store for the world's residential markets?   Barring a collapse of the euro, the US toppling off its fiscal cliff or Asian protectionism being ramped up, the outlook for luxury homes in the world's key cities is one of quiet optimism according to Knight Frank's Prime Global Residential Forecast report. The forecasts shown in the map below represent our view as to where we consider prime prices are headed in 2013; for comparison purposes we have also shown each city's actual price performance in the year to September 2012.   In 2013 we expect prime prices across the 14 cities surveyed to rise on average by 2.5%. In 2012 we predicted average price growth of 0.6%.   In 2013, we expect prices to rise or remain flat in eleven of the 14 cities included in our forecast. Moscow is expected to record the strongest price growth of all 14 cities (we forecast annual growth of 10%) due to tight supply.   Dubai provides another good news story; here we ex ...
  London’s most expensive homes will outperform the rest of the U.K. residential real estate market this year as wealthy buyers shrug off property-tax increases, Knight Frank LLP said. Prices in the super-prime market of houses and apartments costing 10 million pounds ($16 million) or more will climb as much as 5 percent this year, the London-based broker estimates. Values gained 6.9 percent last year as buyers competed for fewer properties.   “Stock in this segment is very limited,” Liam Bailey, Knight Frank’s head of residential research, said by e-mail. “The population of very wealthy potential buyers has been rising strongly over the past two years and looks set to rise into 2013.”   London’s high-end properties are attracting investors seeking assets that have appreciated during Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and the Middle East’s economic and political turmoil. While price gains are slowing for homes costing an average of 3.7 million pounds, which Knight Frank defines as luxury ...
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