Singapore amongst cities with most ultra-prime residential sales
Ultra-prime properties are worth at least US$25m.
Singapore ranked amongst the top 10 cities with the most transactions involving ultra-prime residentials, or properties worth US$25m, Knight Frank reported.
In its The Wealth Report, Knight Frank found there were 18 ultra-prime residential transactions in Singapore.
It followed London and New York, each with 43 ultra-prime sales, Los Angeles (39), Hong Kong (28) and Miami (23).
Also amongst the top are Palm Beach & Broward (18), Geneva (16), Sydney (7), and Paris (6).
“2023 is turning into a pivotal year for real estate in the region. It is time to look beyond a year of ‘Permacrisis’ where wealth creation takes a turn this year,” Christine Li, Head of Research at Knight Frank Asia-Pacific, said.
“In 2023, 45% of Asia-Pacific HNWIs are forecasted to experience an increase in terms of wealth as compared to 25% in 2022. This optimism and confidence are driven by asset repricing, perceived value opportunities and an expected economic rebound in the Asia-Pacific region.”