With prices, investment and population continuing to grow in 2018, Berlin holds the title of Europe's investment capital for another year.
Foreign investors continue to feel positive about the United Kingdom, with 54 percent of residential property investment coming from overseas in 2017 .
Property prices, sales, and development activity across Central London stabilized over the past year, but tightening restrictions may hinder new constructions.
Berlin's housing shortage is continuing to drive up rents and property prices in Germany's capital, especially in its central districts.
As the eyes of the world turn to Tokyo ahead of the 2020 Olympics, extensive regeneration projects are making its CBDs even more appealing to visitors and longer-term stays.
Tokyo is going through extensive urban regeneration in the build up to the 2020 Olympics, especially in tech hub Shibuya.
2020 will be here before we know it—and with it, Tokyo will welcome the Olympic Games. As the city looks forward to hosting the event, with all the tourism benefits it will bring, Japan’s housing market remains upbeat.
The success of government-backed gentrification initiatives on the banks of the River Thames in East London has opened the doors to potential property price gains that are expected to surpass all other parts of London.