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Tracking the Flock of (Ultrawealthy) Seagulls

March 6, 2016 | 10:02 am | nytlogo |

There has been voluminous discussion in recent years about following and marketing to the high end of the demographic scale, especial the real estate market. It’s been the focus of much of the new housing development action of the past five years, especially in big U.S. coastal cities. The high end development market has been widely chronicled here and within my weekly Housing Notes newsletter.

For buyers in the super luxury housing market, owning multiple homes is less about a primary residence with a second home and more about owning “stops on the big circuit.”

And as the rich own a greater share of real estate, major cities like New York, Los Angeles and London are going through a kind of “resortification,” familiar to posh beach towns or ski resorts, as their populations become more seasonal.

For Manhattan, these birds are rare in February and squawking on all treetops (bad pun for super tall condo penthouses) at full capacity in June.

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And no, I never liked that band.

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Knight Frank: Moscow Rents Dropped 42% YoY in US Dollars

July 6, 2015 | 2:40 pm | kflogo | Reports |

Knight Frank just published their 1Q 2015 Prime Global Rental Index. We provide the U.S. info. Always a fascinating read.

Especially this:

In Moscow, prime rents have historically been US Dollar denominated but the weakness of the Rouble against the US Dollar has led an increasing number of landlords to swap their rents into Roubles. In US Dollar terms prime rents fell 42% on an annual basis but by only 5% in Rouble terms.

Here are the world rankings:

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[Knight Frank] Ukraine Was Weakest Property Market Yet Global HPI Jumps To Record

March 19, 2014 | 2:00 am |

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Knight Frank just released their Global House Price Index which showed record results:

Growth of 8.4% in 2013 represented the highest annual rate of growth since our index started in 1995.

Dubai lead the way with a 34.8% jump in prices Y0Y while Ukraine rounded out the bottom in 56th place with a 25.9% decline over the same period. The US was ranked 9th overall.

The full report is now available and chock full of great info and insight.

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