The rise of the digital economy is changing city geographies as well as real estate markets.  

In this edition of "12 Cities" we look at how the rise of the digital economy is changing city geographies as well as real estate markets.

 

 

With property fields falling, investors may have to look at secondary locations and second-tier cities for a better return. Find out about NOBEY yield comparison which indicates the capacity of markets to absorb more capital growth and those that are banking on rent rises. 

London is still the most expensive world city for workforce accommodation but relative to economic productivity Hong Kong is the least affordable. 

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