Property & Investment

Whether seasoned investor or just starting out, we predict new investment trends across the globe and identify the up-and-coming hotspots that should be on investors' radars.

 

Five cities set to grow in prosperity and importance

We assess five cities that we believe are set to grow in prominence and prosperity.

Commercial property investment trends

Knight Frank's capital markets research team analyses key commercial property investment trends with a focus on where private capital is being spent.

How luxury home markets will perform in 2019

The Wealth Report forecasts how key prime residential markets are set to perform in 2019, and looks back at how its predictions for 2018 panned out.

Five key trends to help inform your future investments

The one thing investors can be sure of is that the next ten years won’t be anything like the past ten.

Neighbourhoods set to outperform in 2019

When it comes to identifying tomorrow’s prime residential hotspots, nobody is better placed than Knight Frank’s global team of local insiders.

The PIRI 100

How the world’s luxury residential property markets performed in 2018

Global real estate opportunities for private investors

The Wealth Report looks at why real estate investment continues to be so attractive and puts forward a selection of global opportunities for private individuals and family offices to consider.

Super charge your property investment strategies

Knight Frank's Private Office team give pointers on creating effective property investment strategies.

Meet Raj Kumar – Singapore’s property investment king

Raj Kumar, arguably Singapore's most successful retailer and property investor, chats candidly with The Wealth Report about real estate, family and building a legacy.

Harnessing the global demand for residential rental accommodation

The global multihousing – or private rental – sector has continued to grow over the past few years, with both private and institutional investors increasingly attracted to its stable income profile and strong demographic drivers.