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Knight Frank Wealth Report 2023: 32% Wealth Allocated to Homes, Top 5 Investible Wealth Allocation are Equities, Commercial Properties, Bonds, Private Equity & Venture Capital and Commercial Properties Funds

18th March 2023 | Hong Kong

Knight Frank has released the Wealth Report 2023, proving key insights into UHNW wealth growth, portfolio allocation, luxury investments, residential & commercial property trends, top cities & key prices for property investments.   For UHNWs, 32% of wealth are allocated to their primary & secondary homes, and the top 5 investible wealth allocation are Equities (26%), Commercial Properties (21%), Bonds (17%), Private Equity & Venture Capital (9%), and Commercial Properties Funds (7%).   The top 3 HNWI primary goals in 2023 are Capital Appreciation (31%), Capital Preservation (26%), Income generation (23%) and their views on the top 6 safest investments are Residential Property, Gold, Bonds, Commercial Property, Equity Markets, Cryptocurrencies.  In 2022, the top 5 returns on luxury investments are Art +29%, Cars +25%, Watches +18%, Handbags +15%, and Wine +10% with the top 3 luxury investment with the highest selling price in Art for $195 million (Andy Warhol, Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, 1964), a Car for $143 million (Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé), and Jewellry for $57.7 million (The Williamson Pink Star, a 11.15-carat fancy vivid pink diamond ring).  For properties, the top 5 UHNW sector focus in 2023 are Healthcare, Industrial & logistics, Offices, Residential private rented sector (PRS), and Hotels & leisure.  The top 5 most expensive cities by sqm (Budget of $1 million) are Monaco 17 sqm, Hong Kong 21 sqm, New York 33 sqm, Singapore 34 sqm, and London 34 sqm.  The top 5 super prime (> $10 million) cities are New York, Los Angeles, London, Miami, Hong Kong and the top 5 Ultra-Prime (> $25 million) cities are New York, London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Miami.   See below for key summary | View the Report here. 

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Knight Frank Wealth Report 2023

Monaco | A country known for the rich and famous, with the highest GDP in the world and every 1 in 3 is a millionaire

Knight Frank has released the Wealth Report 2023, proving key insights into UHNW wealth growth, portfolio allocation, luxury investments, residential & commercial property trends, top cities & key prices for property investments.  

Key Summary – UHNWs

  1. Wealth allocated to Primary & Secondary Homes 32%
  2. Top 5 Investible Wealth AllocationEquities (26%), Commercial Properties (21%), Bonds (17%), Private Equity & Venture Capital (9%), Commercial Properties Funds (7%)
  3. Top 3 HNWI Primary Goals in 2023 Capital Appreciation (31%), Capital Preservation (26%), Income generation (23%)
  4. Views on Top 6 Safest Investment – Residential Property, Gold, Bonds, Commercial Property, Equity Markets, Cryptocurrencies 
  5. Top 5 Reasons for Next Residential Property – Investment (45%), Lifestyle (21%), Safe haven (16%), Job relocation (9%), Education (8%)
  6. Top 5 Returns on Luxury Investments (12 months) Art +29%, Cars +25%, Watches +18%, Handbags +15%, Wine +10%
  7. Top 3 Luxury Investment (Highest Selling Price in 2022) Art for $195 million (Andy Warhol, Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, 1964), Car for $143 million (Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé), Jewellry for $57.7 million (The Williamson Pink Star, a 11.15-carat fancy vivid pink diamond ring)
  8. Projected UHNW Wealth Growth in 2023 – 69% Increase

Key Summary – Real Estate

  1. Top 5 UHNW Sector Focus in 2023 – Healthcare, Industrial & logistics, Offices, Residential private rented sector (PRS), Hotels & leisure
  2. Top 5 Most Expensive Cities by sqm ($1 million) Monaco 17 sqm, Hong Kong 21 sqm, New York – 33 sqm, Singapore 34 sqm, London 34 sqm
  3. Top 5 Super Prime (>$10 million) Cities – New York, Los Angeles, London, Miami, Hong Kong
  4. Top 5 Ultra-Prime (>$25 million) Cities – New York, London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Miami
  5. Top 5 Key Cities Price Increase – Dubai, Riyadh, Tokyo, Miami, Prague 
  6. Top 5 Price Increase in Asia-Pacific – Tokyo, Mumbai, Phuket, Bangkok, Gold Coast
  7. Global Commercial Real Estate Investment in 2022 – $1.12 trillion (Private Investors $454.8 billion, Institutional Investors $440.1 billion, Public Investors $122.4 billion)
  8. Top 5 Private Capital Real Estate Investment by Sector in 2022 Apartment $194.9 billion, Office $84.1 billion, Industrial & Logistics $70.3 billion, Retail $62.5 billion, Hotel $30.6 billion
  9. Top 5 Real Estate Destinations for Private Capital in 2022 – United States, UK, Germany, Canada, France
  10. Top 10 Real Estate Source of Private Capital in 2022 – United States, Canada, France, Germany, UK
  11. Top 5 Cities for Domestic Private Capital in 2022 (Real Estate) – New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Paris, Boston
  12. Top 5 Cities for Cross-Border Private Capital in 2022 (Real Estate) – London, Singapore, Berlin, Dallas, Toronto
  13. Top 5 International (Cross-Border) Private Capital Focus in 2023 – Offices, Industrial & logistics, Residential, Retail, Hotel

 

Knight Frank Wealth Report 2023

1) UHNW Portfolio Allocation

Wealth allocated to Primary & Secondary Homes 32%

Investible Wealth Allocation (Typically excludes Residential Use)

  1. Equities – 26%
  2. Commercial Properties – 21%
  3. Bonds – 17%
  4. Private Equity / Venture Capital – 9%
  5. Commercial Properties (Funds) – 7%
  6. Commercial Properties (REITs) – 5%
  7. Investment of Passion (Art, Cars, Wine etc) – 5%
  8. Gold – 3%
  9. Crypto Assets – 2%
  10. Others – 7%

HNWI Primary Goals in 2023

  1. Capital Appreciation – 31%
  2. Capital Preservation – 26%
  3. Income generation – 23%
  4. Diversification – 14%
  5. Impact investing / Philanthropy – 6%

HNW Portfolio Allocation Plan in 2023 (Increase)

  1. Investment portfolio – 47% 
  2. Cash reserves – 46% 
  3. Travel overseas – 39%
  4. Personal expenditure – 36%
  5. Business operations – 34%
  6. Residential property – 32%
  7. Commercial property – 28%
  8. Debt level – 27%

Views on Top 6 Safest Investment 

  1. Residential property
  2. Gold
  3. Bonds
  4. Commercial property
  5. Equity markets
  6. Cryptocurrencies 

Top 5 Reasons for Next Residential Property

  1. Investment – 45%
  2. Lifestyle – 21%
  3. Safe haven – 16%
  4. Job relocation – 9%
  5. Education – 8%

UHNWs Planning for 2nd Passport or New Citizenships – 13%

 

2) Luxury Investments

Luxury Passion of Investment (12 months)

  1. Art: +29%
  2. Cars: +25%
  3. Watches: +18%
  4. Handbags: +15%
  5. Wine: +10%
  6. Coins: +8%
  7. Jewellry: +6%
  8. Furniture: +4%
  9. Coloured Diamonds: +4%
  10. Rare Whiskey Bottles: +3%
  11. Knight Frank Luxury Index: +16%

Luxury Passion of Investment (Highest Selling Price in 2022)

  • Art – $195 million (Andy Warhol, Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, 1964 – Christie’s)
  • Car$143 million (Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé – Sotheby’s)
  • Watch – $7.7 million (Gobbi Milano-signed Patek Philippe Ref. 2499 – Sotheby’s)
  • Handbag – $353,000 (Hermès Himalaya Crocodile Kelly – Sotheby’s)
  • Wine – $361,000 (Methuselah of 2007 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti – Sotheby’s)
  • Coins – $4.6 million (1821 US$5 denomination gold piece “Half Eagle” – Heritage Auctions)
  • Jewellry$57.7 million (The Williamson Pink Star, a 11.15-carat fancy vivid pink diamond ring – Sotheby’s)
  • Furniture – $15.9 million (Ming Dynasty chair – Sotheby’s)
  • Coloured Diamond$57.5 million (The De Beers Blue Diamond, 15.1 carat fancy vivid blue – Sotheby’s)
  • Rare Whiskey Bottle – $300,000 (The Macallan The Reach, 81-year-old single malt – Sotheby’s)

Views on NFTs (Non-fungible tokens)

  • NFT art market still has a lot of potential – 34%
  • Never had any confidence in them – 32%
  • Open minded until the crypto crash – 20%
  • No idea what an NFT is – 12%

 

3) UHNW Wealth Growth

2022 UHNW Wealth Growth 

  • World: – 10%
  • Americas: -10%
  • Europe: -17%
  • Africa: -5%
  • Middle-East: -7%
  • Asia: -7%
  • Australasia: -11%

Projected Clients (UHNW) Wealth Growth in 2023

  • Increase: 69%
  • Remain the same: 18%
  • Decrease: 13%

 

4) Real Estate Prices / Price Change 

What $1 million buys (by square metres)

  1. Monaco – 17 sqm
  2. Hong Kong – 21 sqm
  3. New York – 33 sqm
  4. Singapore – 34 sqm
  5. London – 34 sqm
  6. Geneva – 37 sqm
  7. Los Angeles – 39 sqm
  8. Paris – 43 sqm
  9. Sydney – 44 sqm
  10. Shanghai – 44 sqm
  11. Beijing – 58 sqm
  12. Tokyo – 60 sqm
  13. Miami – 64 sqm
  14. Berlin – 70 sqm
  15. Melbourne – 87 sqm
  16. Dubai – 105 sqm
  17. Madrid – 106 sqm
  18. Mumbai – 113 sqm
  19. Cape Town – 218 sqm
  20. Sao Paulo – 231 sqm

Notes (Sqm)

  • 1 square metre = 10.764 square feet
  • 10 square metre = 107.64 square feet
  • 100 square metre = 1076.4 square feet

 

Super Prime (>$10 million) / Ultra-Prime (>$25 million) Sales

  1. New York – $244 billion / $43 billion
  2. Los Angeles – $255 billion / $39 billion
  3. London – $223 billion / $43 billion
  4. Miami – $146 billion / $23 billion
  5. Hong Kong – $125 billion / $28 billion
  6. Singapore – $121 billion / $18 billion
  7. Palm Beach & Broward – $117 billion / $18 billion
  8. Sydney – $99 billion / $7 billion
  9. Geneva – $69 billion / $16 billion
  10. Paris – $23 billion / $6 billion

Prime Location Price increase in 2023

  1. Dubai: +13.5%
  2. Miami: +5%
  3. Dublin: +4%
  4. Lisbon: +4%
  5. Los Angeles: +4%
  6. Madrid: +4%
  7. Paris: +4%
  8. Singapore: +4%
  9. Zurich: +3.5%
  10. Monaco: +3%
  11. Mumbai: +3%
  12. Shanghai: +3%
  13. New York: +2%
  14. Tokyo: +2%
  15. Vienna: +0.5%

Top 5 Luxury Cities Price Increase

  1. Dubai: +44.2%
  2. Aspen: +27.6%
  3. Riyadh: +25%
  4. Tokyo: +22.8%
  5. Miami: +21.6%

Top 5 Key Cities Price Increase

  1. Dubai
  2. Riyadh
  3. Tokyo 
  4. Miami 
  5. Prague 

Top 5 Coastal & Sunny Cities Price Increase

  1. Dubai
  2. Miami
  3. Algarve
  4. Bahamas
  5. Athens

Top 5 Ski Resort Price Increase

  1. Aspen
  2. St Moritz
  3. Verbier
  4. Gstaad
  5. Val D’isere

Top 5 Price Increase in Americas

  1. Aspen
  2. Miami
  3. Bahamas
  4. Hamptons
  5. Mustique

Top 5 Price Increase in Asia-Pacific

  1. Tokyo
  2. Mumbai
  3. Phuket
  4. Bangkok
  5. Gold Coast

Top 5 Price Increase in EMEA

  1. Dubai
  2. Riyadh
  3. Prague
  4. Algarve
  5. Athens

 

5) UHNW on Real Estate Investment 

UHNWIs Interests in Direct Real Estate in 2023

  • Global Average – 19% 
  • Americas – 13%
  • Europe – 20%
  • Middle-East – 10%
  • Africa – 14%
  • Asia – 17%
  • Australasia – 24%

UHNWIs Interests in Real Estate in 2023 – Indirect (REITs / Debt Funding etc)

  • Global Average – 13%
  • Americas – 11%
  • Europe – 14%
  • Middle-East – 10%
  • Africa – 13%
  • Asia – 13%
  • Australasia – 18%

UHNW Sector Focus in 2023

  1. Healthcare – 35%
  2. Industrial & logistics – 33%
  3. Offices – 33%
  4. Residential private rented sector (PRS) – 32%
  5. Hotels & leisure – 31%
  6. Retail – 27%
  7. Development land – 24%
  8. Retirement – 20%
  9. Student housing – 17%
  10. Life sciences – 15%
  11. Agricultural – 15%
  12. Data centres – 15%
  13. Education – 11%

Expected Ticket Size for Commercial Property investments

  • Up to $500,000 – 27%
  • $500k to $1 million – 27%
  • $1 million to $5 million – 16%
  • $5 million to $10 million – 8%
  • $10 million to $20 million – 9%
  • More than $20 million – 11%

 

6) HNWI on ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance)

Top environmental considerations important to HNWI investment decisions (Real Estate)

  1. Reducing carbon emissions through operation 
  2. Minimising embodied carbon 
  3. Minimising waste of resources 
  4. Minimising consumption of resources 

Environmental considerations important to HNWI investment decisions (Real Estate)

  1. To some extent – 46%
  2. To a significant extent – 31%
  3. Not at all – 22%

ESG considerations for UHNWIs for Property Investments

  1. Energy source (solar, wind etc) – 57%
  2. Opportunity for refurbishment – 33%
  3. Materials used/ embodied carbon footprint – 30%
    Accessibility – 29%
  4. Social impact – 27%

 

7) Real Estate Investments 

Global Commercial Real Estate Investment in 2022 (vs 2021)

  1. Total – $1.12 trillion 
  2. Private Investors – $454.8 billion (-8%)
  3. Institutional Investors – $440.1 billion (-28%)
  4. Public Investors – $122.4 billion (-42%)
  5. Unknown – $52.3 billion (+12%)
  6. User / Other – $47.2 billion (-13%)

Private Capital Real Estate Investment by Sector in 2022 (vs 2021)

  1. Apartment – $194.9 billion (-13%)
  2. Office – $84.1 billion (-4%)
  3. Industrial & Logistics – $70.3 billion (-15%)
  4. Retail – $62.5 billion (+9%)
  5. Hotel – $30.6 billion (+17%)
  6. Senior housing & care – $10 billion (-16%)
  7. Residential Condominium – $2.5 billion (-12%)

Top 10 Real Estate Destinations for Private Capital in 2022 

  1. United States – $328.3 billion
  2. UK – $14.6 billion
  3. Germany – $14.6 billion
  4. Canada – $14.5 billion
  5. France – $12.2 billion
  6. Japan – $8.6 billion
  7. South Korea – $7.4 billion
  8. China Mainland – $7.4 billion
  9. Netherlands – $4.9 billion
  10. Sweden – $3.7 billion

Top 10 Real Estate Source of Private Capital in 2022

  1. United States – $302.3 billion
  2. Canada – $13.9 billion
  3. France – $13.8 billion
  4. Germany – $10.9 billion
  5. UK – $9.8 billion
  6. Japan – $7.8 billion
  7. China Mainland – $6.3 billion
  8. South Korea – $5.8 billion
  9. Netherlands – $4.4 billion
  10. Sweden – $3.6 billion

Annual Private Capital Investment (Real Estate)

  1. 2022 – $454 billion
  2. 2021 – $493 billion
  3. 2020 – $262 billion
  4. 2019 – $347 billion
  5. 2018 – $317 billion
  6. 2017 – $289 billion
  7. 2016 – $270 billion
  8. 2015 – $251 billion
  9. 2014 – $230 billion
  10. 2013 – $187 billion

Top 10 Cities for Domestic Private Capital in 2022 (Real Estate)

  1. New York – $25 billion
  2. Dallas – $22.9 billion
  3. Los Angeles – $22.1 billion
  4. Miami – $11.8 billion
  5. Houston – $11.5 billion
  6. Chicago – $9.1 billion
  7. San Francisco – $8.6 billion
  8. Washington DC – $8.6 billion
  9. Paris – $6 billion
  10. Boston – $5.5 billion

Top 10 Cities for Cross-Border Private Capital in 2022 (Real Estate)

  1. London – $2.5 billion
  2. Singapore – $1.8 billion
  3. Berlin – $1 billion
  4. Dallas – $1 billion
  5. Toronto – $900 million
  6. Washington DC – $700 million
  7. Amsterdam – $700 million
  8. Copenhagen – $600 million
  9. New York – $600 million
  10. Munich – $500 million

Top 5 International (Cross-Border) Private Capital Focus in 2023

  1. Offices – 43%
  2. Industrial & logistics – 19%
  3. Residential – 19%
  4. Retail – 12%
  5. Hotel – 7%

 

8) Most Connected Cities

Top 10 Most Connected Cities (Flight) – Pre-COVID (12 months to March 2020)

  1. London
  2. Beijing
  3. Dubai
  4. Frankfurt
  5. Paris
  6. Hong Kong
  7. Seoul
  8. Tokyo
  9. Istanbul 
  10. Amsterdam

Top 10 Most Connected Cities (Flight) in 2022

  1. London
  2. Dubai
  3. Frankfurt
  4. Amsterdam
  5. Istanbul 
  6. Paris
  7. Tokyo
  8. New York
  9. Seoul
  10. Singapore

 

 

Knight Frank HNW Pulse Survey – The views of 500 HNWIs across 10 countries and territories including: Australia, Chinese mainland, France, Hong Kong SAR, Italy, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and the US. Conducted in January 2023. 

The Attitudes Survey – The 2023 instalment is based on responses provided during November 2022 by more than 500 private bankers, wealth advisors, intermediaries and family offices who between them manage over US$2.5 trillion of wealth for UHNWI clients. Special thanks to ANZ Bank Australia, Bank of Singapore, Citi, Citibank, Commonwealth Bank, Dry Associates, Genghis Capital Ltd, Harvest Financial, HSBC Bank, ICEA LION, Ifigest, JB Were, Key Capital, Komerční banka, MA Financial Group, Macquarie Bank, NAB, NCBA Group, Rothschild, Santander Bank, Stanbic Bank Kenya, Standard Chartered Bank Singapore, UBS, United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd, Walsh Bay Partners and Westpac for their participation. 

 

Knight Frank

Knight Frank LLP is the leading independent global property consultancy, serving as our ‘clients’ partners in property for 126 years. Headquartered in London, Knight Frank has more than 16,000 people operating from 384 offices across 51 territories. The Group advises clients ranging from individual owners and buyers to major developers, investors and corporate tenants. For further information about the Firm, please visit knightfrank.com.




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