Dublin on top as the Six Nations kicks off

With the RBS Rugby Six Nations currently at play, Knight Frank have looked at how the property market in the countries’ six capitals have performed in the last year. Wales are favourites to win the 6 Nations this year but the housing market was completely overshadowed by Dublin’s prime market. Cardiff recorded price growth of 3.8% Read more about Dublin on top as the Six Nations kicks off[…]

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[…]

London Residential Property Price Growth Yet Prime Properties Still In Demand

Property prices continue to climb for prime central London locations yet property remains in demand. Although, buyers may be becoming more resistant to the price rises, especially at the top of the market. In August property prices in London’s most affluent areas increased by 0.6%. This totals at 4.8% this year, according to Knight Frank’s Prime Central Read more about London Residential Property Price Growth Yet Prime Properties Still In Demand[…]