Helping buyers find the perfect property
Whether you’re a first-time buyer, need more living space or are looking for a sound investment, Knight Frank’s residential property experts are here to help you find the perfect property.
Once they have an in-depth understanding of your needs, our local area specialists will help you find what you’re looking for a as quickly as possible with minimum stress on your part, ensuring a seamless property buying experience.
Selling property through Knight Frank
We know that when it comes to choosing a property agent you want to be confident that you have the very best team working for you. At Knight Frank we make sure that the sale of your property is handled with care, discretion, and professionalism at every step - we’ll advise on your sale, manage viewings and handle the entire process from start until completion. We have an unparalleled track record in marketing luxury property. Clients benefit from:
- Access to our global network of 244 offices, and market-leading residential property research
- Multi-lingual global search and ability to view properties in multiple languages including Mandarin and Russian.
- A unique iPad app to take advantage of the increase in mobile searches, downloaded by nearly 100,000 people to date
- Advertising on leading global property portals and a variety of social platforms, including Twitter and Facebook
- Advertising in glossy magazines and prime property websites
- Advice on legal and financial issues
Our Australian Residential Review looks at the key residential indicators across the major Australian cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart and Darwin. This quarter’s key findings are:
Australian median house values were down 6.5% in the year ending December 2018 while apartment values fell 5.3% over the same time.
- Gross rental yields rose 10 bps in the December 2018 quarter with Australian houses averaging 4.20%; whilst Australian apartments remained stable at 4.30%.
- Australian house rents rose 3.8% to $415 per week in the year ending December 2018; whilst apartment rents rose 5.0% to $420 per week.
Despite a market correction, both Sydney and Melbourne are continuing to experience the strongest population growth for more than 25 years, the lowest unemployment on record for Sydney and the tightest in the past 10 years for Melbourne, whilst the Australian government has committed more than $75b over the next 10 years in transport infrastructure across Australia. Read the review in full.