Introduction

The Schroders Global Cities Index ranks cities in order of their attractiveness from a real estate investment perspective. Common factors from the top cities include:

– An increasing working population & high levels of disposable income
– Top universities
– Excellent transport infrastructure

These cities are carefully planned, economically diverse & provide leisure & cultural activities making them attractive to millions of people. 

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Watch our range of videos on why we think global cities are an exciting investment opportunity here.

Blog

19SEP 2017

Why Paris is on the up: tourism, transport and Brexit

Blog

19SEP 2017

Why Paris is on the up: tourism, transport and Brexit

Paris is ranked 16th in Schroders' Global Cities index, but with tourism recovering after terror attacks and transport links improving it should be a…

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Blog

30AUG 2017

The future of shopping malls and what it means for property investors

Blog

30AUG 2017

The future of shopping malls and what it means for 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 centre…

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10AUG 2017

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60 seconds on the importance of universities to global cities

Tom Walker discusses the latest Schroders Global Cities Index and the importance of universities in real estate investing.

City in focus

07AUG 2017

Why Miami, the US gateway to Latin America, is on the up

Miami, ranked 27th on the Global Cities Index, is a hub that plays a crucial role in trade between the US and Latin America.

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The Team

The Global Cities Team is led by Tom Walker and Hugo Machin. Find out more about the team here.