Knight Frank has published an updated report on global cities and how real estate is performing within those cities. Their Global Residential Cities Index tracks the performance of average house prices across 150 cities.

How does this relate to global mobility or talent management?

They explain that whether a city is driven by finance, aerospace, commodities, defense or manufacturing, the most important asset is a large pool of educated and creative workers. Consequently, real estate is increasingly a business that seeks to build an environment that attracts and retains such people.