Dubai moves into second place in Knight Frank global property market Q3 report

Mark Battersby
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Global luxury house prices continue to rise steadily, with average Q3 quarterly prices across Knight Franks Index's basket of 46 cities up by 2.1% Eleven cities saw prices fall over the past three months, down from 14 in Q2, while 63% of cities saw positive quarterly price growth  Manila is number one for price growth, overtaking Dubai, and even the five of the weakest markets for annual price growth saw quarterly price growth. The full list is here.  Liam Bailey, global head of research at Knight Frank said: "The improvement in average annual house price growth will be welcomed...

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