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[…]

Growth in Global residential property prices

Knight Frank’s Global House Price Index which records mainstream residential property prices in 53 countries currently stands at 4% above its peak in Q2 2009 and 12.7% above its low in Q2 2009, exceeding its pre-financial crisis high. Over 14% more countries showed an increase in residential property prices between January and September of this year compared Read more about Growth in Global residential property prices[…]

Ireland Property Market may be stabilising

According to the Irish Banking Federation, the property market is stabilising. It has reported an increase of almost 30% of properties for salein Ireland, and also increased sales and mortgage applications.This news appears to suggest general economic recovery for Ireland, although may be influenced by a number of factors, such as the impact of an Read more about Ireland Property Market may be stabilising[…]

New research into proposed UK property “mansion tax”

Knight Frank’s new report helps to define any likely impact the proposed “mansion tax” may have on the UK property market, four years after it was originally proposed. The mansion tax, as proposed by the Liberal Democrats, would be placed on UK properties worth over £2m. The tax would apply to the portion of residential properties valued Read more about New research into proposed UK property “mansion tax”[…]