Paris, home to the pictured Eiffel Tower, is expected to see a run-up in its home values, part of the reason it may benefit from curbs on foreign buying elsewhere. Photo: Shutterstock

Paris, Madrid, Berlin property markets expected to see conga line of foreign investors in 2019 amid curbs elsewhere

  • Wealthy individuals will respond to curbs by turning to other markets to snap up property, says Knight Frank analyst
  • Property prices could grow by 5 per cent to 10 per cent in Paris, Madrid and Berlin, analyst says
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Paris, home to the pictured Eiffel Tower, is expected to see a run-up in its home values, part of the reason it may benefit from curbs on foreign buying elsewhere. Photo: Shutterstock
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