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How to Promote Real Estate In the World's Most Expensive Market


The average price per square metre for Monaco property in 2021 broke new records, exceeding 50,000 Euros for the first time. With an average price per square metre of 51,912 Euros – up 9% compared to 2021 - the Principality of Monaco is the most expensive real estate market in the world. The Real Estate Observatory Report is compiled annually by the Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic…

New Company Every Metaverse Real Estate Investor Needs to Watch

New Company Every Metaverse Real Estate Investor Needs to Watch


In 2021, there was $501 million worth of metaverse real estate transactions reported on four different Metaverse platforms. In 2022, experts are projecting over $1 billion in transactions to take place. This begs the question that seems to be on everyone's mind, “Why would you buy a virtual piece of real estate in a virtual world?” When you compare what drives value in real estate…

Monaco’s Luxury Property Market

Monaco’s Luxury Property Market


After years of working in luxury real estate in London, Cap Ferrat and St Tropez, launching a top-end agency in Monaco in 2011 seemed the natural step for Caroline Olds. The Caroline Olds culture. At Caroline Olds Real Estate, we constantly strive to improve in order to deliver a better service and achieve maximum effectiveness. We have huge respect for our applicants and clients and try our absolute…

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Few know more about global real estate trends than Sophie Chick. THE AVERAGE PRICE per square meter in Monaco, according to Savills, increased by 18% last year while the number of new build sales also reached a record high in 2018. With a reputation…


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Spotlight On Monaco Property

Prices in Monaco increased by an astounding 18% last year, at a time when the rest of the world’s prime residential hotspots were slowing or seeing value falls. However, Savills doesn’t expect the trend to continue at the same rate…


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