Knight Frank – Residential Research – Prime Global Cities Index (Q3 2015)

In summary:


world prime cities global index 3Q 2015 Prime Global Cities Index (Q3 2015)

The Prime Global Cities Index increased by only 1.9% in the year to September 2015.

Three cities recorded double-digit annual price increases; Vancouver, Sydney and Shanghai.

The index now stands 34.1% above its low in Q1 2009 but its annual rate of growth is slowing.

Around 73% of cities recorded positive annual price growth in the year to September, two years ago this figure was closer to 91%.

Singapore is home to the weakest performing luxury residential market for the seventh consecutive quarter.

For full report : Residential Prime Global Cties Index Q3 2015


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