World Cities Review - H2 2013
Our latest World Cities Review focuses on the shifting balance of the global property market.
18 September 2013, Words by Yolande Barnes
A notable re-balancing of real estate took place in the first half of 2013. 'New world' slowing has been matched by 'old world' recovery.
Our latest World Cities Review looks at the cost of real estate to global corporations in various world cities.
- The measure of success: we reveal why annual costs can be very different to headline capital values.
- An investor bubble: Capital values have risen substantially ahead of rental values, particularly in certain 'new world' cities.
- Rental movements: We compare residential and office rental growth in our 'old world' and 'new world' cities.
- City spotlights: An in-depth look at the residential markets in two of our world cities - London and Shanghai.
Watch our World Cities Review video report featuring exclusive commentary from Yolande Barnes.