Dubai has topped 2016’s real estate transactions list, and with plenty of infrastructure projects in the pipeline, growth is expected to outstrip the United Arab Emirates average.
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The US leads the way in property investment, with New York overtaking London to claim the biggest investment in property.
With a rising population fuelling demand for housing and a commercial sector in rude health, the real estate market in Cologne is a hive of activity. Natasha Turak explains how much of the required investment is coming from foreign investors.
Speakers at Warsaw’s Manufacturing Strategy Summit were bullish about Poland’s logistics real estate sector.
Figures from MasterCard and a new report highlight the attractiveness of retail options in London’s West End, particularly for overseas visitors.
London maintains its title of the most expensive European city in which to live and work, but other major cities in the continent with a reputation for being tech hubs are witnessing similarly exponential rises in living costs for workers, according to a Savills report.
Dozens of projects look set to breath fresh life into Wallonia's cities and municipalities, among them Charleroi, Liege, Andenne and Namur, with projects spanning sectors from transport to culture, and from infrastructure to education.
Property in cities such as Tokyo and Nagasaki are increasingly attractive to Chinese investors, who are lured by solid returns and Japan’s strong rule of law. However, political tensions are inhibiting the market's potential for growth.
Miami's recent history has been turbulent, both economically and socially, but this does not seem to have damaged its allure. Indeed, in recent years Chinese investors have been particularly active in the city, though its strength remains its reputation as the US's main link to the Latin American world.
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