47% of people with more than $ 30 million worth (27.6 million euros), except his habitual residence, increase your exposure to the property over the next 10 years, according to data collected in the report ‘The Wealth Report 2016 ‘, prepared by property consultant Knight Frank. The study shows that the portfolios of large fortunes are highly diversified, although the real estate (residential and commercial) is your preference. In fact, approximately 35% of his fortune is invested in real estate.

By sector, within the commercial area, offices, hotels and shopping centers are the favorite segments. However, within 10 years, the logistics assets are more attractive than the malls to large fortunes. In addition, residential investment, is the first choice of UHNWIs and will remain so over the next decade.

The consultant Knight Frank also publishes the Prime International Residential Index (PIRI for its acronym in English), which analyzes performance data of the top 100 markets for second homes and luxury in the world, and this year includes five Spanish references (Madrid, Barcelona , Ibiza, Marbella and Mallorca).

Madrid and Ibiza occupy 20th place in the index, climbing positions from positions 32 and 35, respectively. Barcelona, ​​Marbella and Mallorca also improve ranking over last year, reaching positions 29, 35 and 47, respectively. All Spanish plazas recorded price growth, highlighting Madrid and Ibiza with an increase of 5%, ahead of Los Angeles or second home destinations like the Hamptons.

Vancouver leads the PIRI with an increase of 24.5% over last year, followed by Sydney (15%), Shanghai (14%) and Istanbul (13%). In any case, Monaco remains the most expensive city in the world, with the highest price per square meter; Vietnam the most attractive country; Meribel favorite winter destination for large fortunes, and the Australian Gold Coast the best location for second homes.

Source: El Mundo

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