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World Cities Review

H2 2013

Weighing up world cities: The shifting balance of the global property market

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Our latest World Cities Review focuses on the shifting balance of the global property market.

 
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Frothy or flat?

 

We examine the cost of real estate in key cities across the globe.

 
 
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Real estate costs across global cities

 

The Savills Executive Unit measures the cost of housing an identical group of people living and working in various different countries.

 
 
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A world of numbers

 

We reveal our key total cost figures for 2013, measuring the total annual rental and occupation costs for both residential and offices for 14 employees and their households.

 
 
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The measure of success

 

We reveal why annual costs can be very different to headline capital values.

 
 
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Striking a balance

 

How does occupier demand underline investment quality? We compare residential and office rental growth.

 
 
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A changing market

 

Will the substantial rises in residential capital values seen in some cities prove sustainable?

 
 
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London residential market

 

There are still opportunities for income-seeking residential investors.

 
 
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Shanghai residential market

 

Slowing capital value growth is offset by a rental market supported by occupier demand.

 
 
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Forward thinking

 

What are the prospects for future growth in world real estate markets?

 
 
 

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Yolande Barnes

Yolande Barnes

Director
World Research

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Paul Tostevin

Paul Tostevin

Associate Director
World Research

Savills Margaret Street

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Simon Smith

Simon Smith

Senior Director
Research & Consultancy

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