The most expensive real estate on the planet is just getting pricier.
As mentioning by a 2015 Global Study, recently released from a London-based realty consultancy, luxury residential properties are on average 46 percent more expensive globally than they were back in the second quarter of 2009, when the index hit its floor of the Great Recession.
The company defined "luxury" in several different ways, according to J. Miller a New York-based Consultant, who provided data for Manhattan, Miami and Los Angeles. He believes luxury is best measured by evaluating the top 10 percent of transactions during a given period.
For Tokyo and other select markets on this list, he said, the London based consultancy used different measurement strategies that were better suited to the individual areas.
The top 10 international markets for luxury price growth show relatively strong geographic diversity, with The United States, Asia, Europe and Australia all making appearances. However, and perhaps unsurprisingly, North American markets steal the show. San Francisco, Miami and Vancouver were all in the top five, earning double-digit percentages of price growth year-over-year.
California actually made the list twice. San Francisco, primarily due to its booming tech industry, appeared at No. 1 with price growth over 14 percent. Los Angeles earned the No. 9 spot and was tied with Dublin for price growth at 8 percent.
The London Consultancy matched up these tendencies with the findings from its annual Wealth Report and drew a few conclusions about what might affect global luxury real estate markets in the next year.
Deluxe buyers are likely to make future purchase decisions, as explaining by the company, by balancing what they perceive is the globalization of markets (based on factors like wealth creation and improved connectivity) with how they perceive the markets' protectionism (based on factors like foreign buyer restrictions and capital controls). That means buyers will be looking for high-end, cosmopolitan locales that won't restrict their purchase power.
Naturally, a city's local job market plays a big role in its globalization and real estate growth. When urban job markets change and grow, their housing markets change and grow, too. The studies recently addressed the potential impact of what it calls emerging "Global Cities" on the economy, large markets where creative, knowledge-based workforces are spurrTing demand.
At this time, the global economy is starting to favor places where creative knowledge workers, as opposed to industrial ones, are gathering in droves-- places like San Francisco and Sydney, Australia, which experienced over 7 percent housing price growth this year.
"San Francisco particularly has benefited from the tech boom in a very extreme way," Miller said. "It has several of the highest purchase prices in the country on this index.".
Here are 10 soaring housing markets internationally where luxury real estate is reaching new heights.
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