Adam Challis, JLL UK & EMEA Head of Residential Research, discusses the importance of international capital to the UK housing market.
Minimum 40 percent down payment helps Hong Kong owners escape downward price pressure despite rate hikes.
Historically speaking, housing for American citizens has represented a safe investment and a key element for accumulating wealth.
Hong Kong’s move to raise residential property stamp duty to tame soaring real estate prices will lower transaction volumes in the near term.
2017 ushered in a wave of new supply in the multifamily sector, creating some softening in fundamentals. What does it mean for the year ahead?
Historically slow to flourish in comparison to global markets, Australia’s Build to Rent (BTR) sector is set to take off in the next 10 years.
A recent deal underscores institutional investor confidence in the country’s real estate market.