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Could London’s top prime properties cost as much as £10,000 a square foot? Some think that’s just around the corner. David Bain looks at one asset class that is booming.

Could London’s top prime properties cost as much as £10,000 a square foot? Some think that’s just around the corner. David Bain looks at one asset class that is booming.

The euro crisis and fears of a double-dip recession in the US and much of Europe have done nothing to upset the sentiment at the top of the global residential property market.

The euro crisis and fears of a double-dip recession in the US and much of Europe have done nothing to upset the sentiment at the top of the global residential property market.

Properties in Tuscany, Lake Como, Cortina and Porto Cervo continue to attract the world’s wealthy. CampdenFO (CampdenFB's sister publication) takes a look at some of the most prestigious properties currently being sold in Italy through an interactive graphic.

Properties in Tuscany, Lake Como, Cortina and Porto Cervo continue to attract the world’s wealthy. Italian properties are considered not just a short-term investment, but a long-term lifestyle choice. CampdenFO (CampdenFB's sister publication) takes a look at some of the most prestigious properties currently being sold in Italy in an interactive graphic.

European hedge fund Orion Capital Managers plans to build one of the most expensive housing developments in London, taking advantage of the surge in demand and prices of prime property in the capital.

European hedge fund Orion Capital Managers plans to build one of the most expensive housing developments in London, taking advantage of the surge in demand and prices of prime property in the capital.

Name nearly any famously wealthy European industrialist, Russian oligarch, or movie star and the chances are they either have or have had a villa somewhere in the beautiful South of France. Campden looks at some of the hot properties in South France in an interactive graphic.

Ever since European royalty started holidaying and building villas in Cap Ferret, Cannes and St Tropez in the 19th century, the South of France has been the preferred Mediterranean second home destination for the super rich. Campden takes a look at some of the hot properties in South France in an interactive graphic. 

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