This site uses web cookies · Read our Policy here
International: (+34) 952 198 657
Open navigation menu

Global Recovery Likely to Continue in 2011

First name: 

 

Last name: 

 

Tel. Number: 

IPIN Disclaimer.

  We never share your data with any third parties.

*Note: IPIN investment opportunities are available subject
to location and certain knowledge / experience criteria.

News by Category

Archives



London Real Estate  Knight Frank  Cross Border Trading  International Property Market Recovery 

Global Recovery Likely to Continue in 2011

By - Friday 24 September 2010

The global property market recovery is continuing apace. The latest figures released by Knight Frank suggest that 61 per cent of countries surveyed by the real estate agency recorded positive value growth in the 12 months to mid 2010.

Added to this, the company says that data from the second quarter of the year points to the recovery continuing through to 2011. The UK, France, Italy, South Africa and Germany should report modest two to three per cent gains in 2011, the report added.

In Asia growth should slow, but Hong Kong will still see values jump by 12 per cent and Singapore by three per cent. Meanwhile, prices in the US are expected to remain stable - despite the county experiencing a "second wave" of difficulties.

Prices and demand in the recovering markets has been bolstered by much cross border trading, with many 'international' markets extending their purchasing activity. As an example of the importance of this market, in the 12 months to June this year, 50 per cent of all new-build apartments in central London were bought by foreign nationals.

Subscribe to IPIN Live by Email - Get our News & Blog updates delivered directly to your inbox - click here


Comments

 

*This page is provided for information purposes only and should not be construed as offering advice. IPIN is not licensed to give financial advice and all information provided by IPIN regarding real estate should never be treated as specific advice or regulations. This is standard practice with property investment companies as the purchase of property as an investment is not regulated by the UK or other Financial Services Authorities.


«« Back to IPIN Live

Follow IPIN Global


Latest Content

Recent Comments

Powered by Disqus