Knight Frank offers both residential and commercial real estate property brokerage and rental services in 43 countries, and reports research on 55 countries. AOL Real Estate analyzed housing value changes in the Knight Frank research pool, and reported those top markets based on increase in home values in the latest 12 months.
Topping the list was Brazil at 15.2 percent, followed by Hong Kong (14.2 percent), Turkey (11.5 percent), Russia (10.7 percent) and Columbia (10.5 percent). The top 10 are shown in the table. In addition to change in value in the past 12 months, AOL also reported the 6-month and 3-month trends.
In comparison, the latest 12-month moving average change in U.S. home prices was roughly half that of 10th ranked Estonia.
To read the complete AOL Real Estate article, click here.
Another excellent source of international real estate information is the Global Property Guide. Their vast array of information includes residential listings, rental rates, closing costs, customs, country risks, property taxes, mortgage information and much more.
The Global Property Guide home price value trends analysis (based on a time interval of Year end 2011 through Q2 2012) can be viewed here.
The internet is changing the information foundation for global real estate. Shows such as House Hunters International illustrate the truly global attraction to real estate.
If you know of similar international sources of real estate listings, values, rents and so forth, respond and we will post.