lower than that of a full-fledged
It has long been no secret that in the real estate markets of many large cities there is an objective shortage of residential space. The increase in the density of the urban population is due to the massive relocation to cities, the growing economic and social importance of megacities.
According to a 2015 study by the International Organization for Migration, about three million people move to cities every week.
According to studies by the International Organization for Migration in 2015, about three million people move to cities every week.
Approximately 54% of the world’s population lives in cities (in 1950, this figure was 30%). Continue reading
The results of the referendum on UK withdrawal from the European Union, held on June 23, 2016, could not leave indifferent players in the real estate market. The forecasts that have been made so far have been the most diverse, but the market hasn’t collapsed, and London, contrary to expectations, retained its position in the top three locations most promising for investment. Very soon (March 29 of this year), the UK will have to leave the EU. What are the economic consequences of this step investors expect? Continue reading