According to a new report by Wealth-X and the Sotheby's International Realty released this week, ultra wealthy individuals are buying up luxury homes around the world to further diversify their holdings.
It's good times again in Monaco. On the heels of last weekend's exciting F1 Monaco Grand Prix, there is yet another reason to celebrate in the small principality - real estate sales.
London is still the most important global city for the world's ultra-high-net-worth individual (UHNWI), followed by New York and Hong Kong.
While Chinese investors continue to pour billions of dollars into U.S. real estate assets that appreciate in value each month, things back home in China are a little different.
Nearly US$3 trillion of the world's private wealth is held in owner-occupied residential properties.
Today, International real estate consultancy Savills announced that it has concluded the land sale of 75 Peak Road at HK$5.1 billion ($654 million USD)
Legislation by the Indian government which increased the limit to USD 125,000 per financial year from USD 75,000 is boosting demand for student property in the UK.
According to a new report by Knight Frank, Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate is estimated to hit $15 billion by the end of 2014.
California-based architecture firm 5+design announced plans for Diamond Hill, a highly cultivated massive mixed-use project in Shenyang, China
Prices for prime residential property in the world's leading city markets rose by only 0.2%.
London has become the world's most expensive city for companies to locate employees.
Women in emerging countries dispelling the myth that men drive the house-hunting process in these regions.