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According to the latest Greater China Property Market Report released by Knight Frank, during the third quarter, Beijing’s average retail rent remained stable, while the vacancy rate slightlydropped. In Shanghai, the vacancy rate of prime shopping malls showed little change. Due to notable amount of new supply, the occupancy rate slightly dipped to 91.2%.
Central London take-up for the quarter totalled 3.2 million sq ft, the highest quarterly take-up since Q4 2010, 24% up on the previous quarter and 42% up on the five-year quarterly average.
London house prices are set to rise by 34.8% during the next five years, compared with 17% across the country.
Following two consecutive monthly falls in the price of property coming to market, October saw a rebound of +2.8% (+£6,923).
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Knight Frank’s latest Global Development Insight report, which takes into account the buying habits of high net worth individuals around the world, confirms that the Chinese are the most influential buyer nationality in the world’s prime new-build sector.
The Euro area has finally emerged from recession, although the recovery remains fragile.
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Market activity has accelerated rapidly in the past six months, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s On Point report.
The Economic Outlook reports that in Kent the situation is positive with increased orders from businesses reinforced by concerted efforts to increase Kent’s business potential with two new Regional Growth Fund programmes, TIGER in North Kent and Escalate in West Kent due to be launched in November 2013.
Glasgow is a city at the forefront of change. Over the last few decades its economy has undergone significant restructuring which, together with considerable investment from both public and private sources, has enabled Glasgow to weather the worst of the post financial crisis years.
The significant level of office development in Cardiff over the past fifteen years has been focused south of the train station at Callaghan Square, Dumballs Road and Cardiff Bay Construction fell sharply after the peak in 2008 but has picked up recently with the 200,000 sq ft pre-let development to Admiral Insurance, in the city’s traditional core.
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For the first time in three years, the Property Week International leader does not have to consider the potential impact of an impending eurozone meltdown.
The fortunes of global property markets are inextricably linked to the Chinese economy. Felicity Francis reports