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House at Hong Kong’s Mount Nicholson Sells for HK$722 Million

House at Hong Kong’s Mount Nicholson Sells for HK$722 Million

Mount Nicholson, the bellwether for extravagant living in Hong Kong, sold another house for HK$721.88 million (about US$92 million) on the last day of 2018. Known as House No. 16, the four-bedroom res  Read more
Home Prices Soar Across Asian Pacific Cities

Home Prices Soar Across Asian Pacific Cities

Home values rose most rapidly across Asian Pacific cities in the third quarter of this year, with Xi’an—the capital of China’s central Shaanxi Province—leading the world with 20% annual price growth,   Read more
Global Waterfront Properties Command 40% Premium

Global Waterfront Properties Command 40% Premium

It’s common knowledge that waterfront properties—homes that sit on a beach, river, lake or harbor—command higher prices—just how much, though, is the question. It turns out that a waterfront property   Read more
$25 Million Homes Are Standard in These 17 Places

$25 Million Homes Are Standard in These 17 Places

Hong Kong, London and New York—three bastions of wealth—collectively recorded 124 home sales above $25 million in the year to August, totaling US$5.5 billion, according to new data published Monday. T  Read more
Paris, Berlin, Madrid Predicted to Lead Prime Price Growth in 2019

Paris, Berlin, Madrid Predicted to Lead Prime Price Growth in 2019

Paris, Berlin and Madrid are forecast to lead luxury real estate price growth in 2019, according to a report from Knight Frank released Sunday. High-end homes in the three European cities are set to s  Read more
Global Home Prices Rise at Slowest Rate in Two Years

Global Home Prices Rise at Slowest Rate in Two Years

Home prices across 47 different countries rose at their slowest annual rate in two years in the third quarter of 2018, according to a global brokerage Knight Frank report Wednesday. Knight Frank’s qua  Read more
Chinese Dumped $1 Billion of U.S. Real Estate in Third Quarter, Extending Recent Retreat

Chinese Dumped $1 Billion of U.S. Real Estate in Third Quarter, Extending Recent Retreat

Chinese investors unloaded more than $1 billion in U.S. real estate in the third quarter, extending their recent retreat from hotels, office buildings and other foreign property under pressure from Be  Read more
The World’s Priciest Property Market Is Getting (a Bit) Cheaper

The World’s Priciest Property Market Is Getting (a Bit) Cheaper

Is the world’s most expensive property heading for a bear market? Probably. Hong Kong apartments have been an excellent investment: Prices have tripled in the past decade. A tiny flat, slightly bigger  Read more
New Buildings Have Best of All Worlds

New Buildings Have Best of All Worlds

The balance of indoor-outdoor living can be difficult to find, but developers around the world are finding new ways to incorporate it into luxury developments. From outdoor living rooms in Miami to a   Read more
A New York City Developer on the Attributes That Make a Home ‘Luxury’

A New York City Developer on the Attributes That Make a Home ‘Luxury’

Barbara van Beuren heads up New York City real estate development firm Anbau with her husband, Stephen Glascock. A registered architect, Ms. van Beuren is one of only a few female developers in the ci  Read more
A Top Chinese Oilman Vanishes, and a Manhattan Buying Binge Ends

A Top Chinese Oilman Vanishes, and a Manhattan Buying Binge Ends

Companies linked to Ye Jianming, a Chinese oil entrepreneur with ties to China’s military, spent roughly $83 million on New York City’s priciest properties, and had planned to buy $80 million more, be  Read more
Hong Kong Luxury Prices Projected to Fall in Short Term

Hong Kong Luxury Prices Projected to Fall in Short Term

Luxury residential prices in Hong Kong is likely to fall 5% to 10% within the next 15 months, Savills predicts  Read more
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