New York City may have some of the priciest housing in the world, but the London and Hong Kong residential markets are bouncing back faster from the downturn.
(Source: Newmark Knight Frank)
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"In the second half of 2009, prices started to pick up again in New York," said Liam Bailey, head of residential research at London-based brokerage Knight Frank. "But it's a slower recovery."