Six Nations Finale: Dublin tops property price growth

Knight Frank recently discussed how the Six Nations tournament compared to the six nations residential property price growth (http://blog.knightfrank.ie/?p=1326) with Dublin hitting the top spot at 17.5% growth in 2013. This was again reflected in Ireland’s excellent 22-20 win against France last Saturday. The win; down to fantastic play from the boys, and the property Read more about Six Nations Finale: Dublin tops property price growth[…]

Dublin Residential Property Market growth

Dublin is the 5th fastest growing residential property market in the world, according to The Wealth Report 2014’s Prime International Residential Index 2014. Last year, Dublin was positioned 24th in the list. Dublin is now positioned alongside monster property markets such as Asia Pacific and The Middle East. Dublin is also the only European city Read more about Dublin Residential Property Market growth[…]

Knight Frank looks at the demand for London property from foreign buyers

According to detailed analysis of international purchase activity in the city by Knight Frank, between June 2012 and June 2013 only 28% of all £1m+ sales in prime central London were to buyers residing outside of the UK. This analysis has been focused specifically on those residing outside of the UK, as opposed to non-UK nationals, as Read more about Knight Frank looks at the demand for London property from foreign buyers[…]

Europe’s property markets since the collapse of Lehmans’ bank

How have Europe’s residential property markets managed over the last five year’s since the collapse of Lehman Brothers’ Bank? Knight Frank looks at the statistics, calculating each market’s average price change from Q3 2008 to date. The impact of the ensuing crisis is most prominent on central and eastern European markets, Spain, and Ireland. While Read more about Europe’s property markets since the collapse of Lehmans’ bank[…]