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Have you won­de­red what the total mar­ket value of all of the world’s real esta­te is? Is such a number even ascer­tai­na­ble, and if so can you ima­gi­ne what it is? This is exa­ctly what Savi­lls, an eli­te Eng­li­sh real esta­te company, set out to acco­mpli­sh and found they some inte­re­sting things.

In 2016, they esti­ma­te that total pro­per­ty value wor­ldwi­de was $ 217 tri­llion. In the follo­wing year, 2017, this value rose to $ 228 tri­llion. That’s an inc­rea­se of 5%.

The stu­dy also revea­led a very inte­re­sting trend. Real esta­te is the most valua­ble asset in the wor­ld by far. Equi­ties, bon­ds and pre­cious meta­ls are all way behind real esta­te in total mar­ket cap. For exa­mple, the value of all the gold that has ever been mined in the wor­ld, ever, is only $ 6.5 tri­llion!

The dia­g­ram sho­ws the value dist­ri­bu­tion of the world’s asse­ts in 2017. Figu­res are in tri­llions of US dolla­rs.

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Dia­g­ram Doctor Pro­per­ty

 

In this stu­dy, resi­den­tial real esta­te is valued at $ 168.5 tri­llion. If you count the exi­sting total of 2.05 billion hou­se­ho­lds wor­ldwi­de, that’s an ave­ra­ge of $ 82,000 per resi­den­tial pro­per­ty. Of cou­r­se, this value is deci­sive­ly influen­ced by the expen­sive indu­st­ria­li­zed coun­t­ries like Nor­th Ame­ri­ca, Euro­pe and par­ts of Asia.

Inte­re­sting facts;

  1. Nor­th Ame­ri­cans are just 7% of the world’s popu­la­tion, but they own 22% of the total value of resi­den­tial real esta­te in the wor­ld.
  2. Europe’s inha­bi­tan­ts occu­py 11% of the world’s popu­la­tion. But the home owner­ship is 23% of value wor­ldwi­de.
  3. Of cou­r­se, the­se values from indu­st­ria­li­zed coun­t­ries also gene­ra­te eno­r­mous poten­tial in deve­lo­ping coun­t­ries. For exa­mple, in Afri­ca, 19% of the world’s popu­la­tion is living, but hou­sing is only 6%.

It is esti­ma­ted that 34% of all resi­den­tial real esta­te wor­ldwi­de inve­st in inve­stmen­ts and make the hou­sing mar­ket avai­la­ble. The rest is valued priva­te­ly for priva­te use. With commer­cial real esta­te it loo­ks alrea­dy diffe­rent. Here, about 33% is self-emplo­yed and 67% go to the commer­cial sector. In this busi­ne­ss sector, the­re was also the lar­ge­st inc­rea­se in real esta­te asse­ts. Ove­ra­ll, this was 7 per­cent compa­red to the previous year and is nomi­na­lly wor­th $ 32.3 tri­llion.

The real esta­te mar­ket wor­ldwi­de expe­cts such an inve­sti­ga­tion of immen­se impo­r­tan­ce. Not only that he is from year to year, that he also adds value. Also, with rega­rd to the tempo­ral inte­re­st costs, an inve­stment in real esta­te beco­mes rela­tive­ly alter­na­tive. The Sty­rian real esta­te pri­ces and the ever inc­rea­sing total popu­la­tions make a pro­per­ty more and more inte­re­sting for inve­sto­rs.

We at Doctor Pro­per­ty are very curious how the numbers will evo­lve in the coming yea­rs. Of cou­r­se we keep you up to date. Take ano­ther look at the blog of Doctor Pro­per­ty. We look for­wa­rd to you.

@ Source: https://www.savills.co.uk 
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