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House prices have bucked the downward trend of the Italian market as the Biennale brings interest from the art world
German capital’s decision hits property shares and is likely to face legal challenge
How cheap money stoked a global real estate boom
The fitness scene is helping the area buck the downward trend in Italian house prices
Brits are investing in this part of France, despite a fall in the pound’s value
Tourism is driving a boom in prices on the island playground for Greece’s wealthy
Residents are being forced out of the continent’s most popular urban destinations
French resort seeks to lure wealthy buyers
As new luxury facilities open on the back of buoyant growth, structural problems remain
Some sun-drenched countries are wooing pensioners — and their spending power — with tax breaks and visa schemes
Prices in the Bavarian city have doubled in a decade making it the most expensive place to buy a home in Germany
Can new luxury development give the resort a more upscale image?
Rising house prices and rents have sparked protests in London, Berlin and New York
German city enjoys a stable housing market, but does this point to weakness in its economy?
£5,000 on a weekend away — but I still think it’s value for money
Potential buyers are drawn to the city’s vibrant culture and annual flat tax
Property sales are booming but the endless construction is changing the character of the low-tax city-state
TV depiction of writer’s idyllic island life attracts buyers
In some central areas, asking prices rose as much as 15% last year
From a spa in Thailand to Scandi swimming in Finland
Residents and hotel owners impose rent hikes for the annual visit of the global elite
What would a younger buyer get for a million — dollars, euros or pounds — anywhere in the world?
Belgian city imposes strict curbs on development to preserve its heritage status
Property boom is bringing towers to formerly low-rise Finnish capital
Relocations from London as well as oil money from the Middle East are driving demand