Growth in global prime rents falls again
Rents of prime properties in cities worldwide have fallen for the third consecutive quarter, according to the latest survey from Knight Frank.
Prime rental percentage changes:1 Toronto 8.9% 2 Guangzhou 5.3%3 Cape Town 1.5%4 Shanghai 1.4% 5 Vienna 0.9% 6 Tel Aviv 0.6% 7 Taipei 0.0%8 Tokyo -0.2%9 Moscow -0.6%10 Beijing -0.9%11 London -1.0%12 Zurich -1.7%13 New York -2.3%14 Singapore -3.6%15 Geneva -4.4%16 Hong Kong -5.2%17 Nairobi Africa -7.9%
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