What's in store for property in 2017? From UK hotels and US buy-to-let to Spanish holiday homes, we ask experts to share their predictions
The Caribbean property market is starting to climb at the start of 2017, as buyer confidence and investment both increase.
Student property had its second biggest year on record in 2016, with the sector on course for a total investment of £3.1 billion. At the start of 2017, experts are just as bullish about the next 12 months.
We've had underwater homes, underwater hotels and underwater bedrooms. This week, though, sees a first for Europe: the opening of an underwater museum.
Investors are set to catch healthcare fever this year, say experts, as the sector becomes increasingly popular for those seeking strong yields.