We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018
More millennials are renting homes rather than buying, prompting large listed companies to cater to the trend, explains our Global Cities blog
Fallen manufacturing giant Philadelphia, ranked 25th in the Schroders Global Cities Index, is fighting back thanks to technological innovation, its location and world-class educational facilities.
Paris is ranked 16th in our Global Cities index. With tourism recovering and transport links improving it should be an attractive proposition to property investors.
The decline of malls in the US has caused concern among real estate investors. Our Global Cities blog looks at what it might mean for shopping centres in the UK and Europe
Tom Walker discusses the latest Schroders Global Cities Index and the importance of universities in real estate investing.
Miami, ranked 27th on the Global Cities Index, is a hub that plays a crucial role in trade between the US and Latin America.