BERLIN, MAY 2014: Property hunters looking for their own little piece of luxury should head to the emerging markets, according to global property portal Lamudi.

The leading online property finder for emerging countries, Lamudi is based in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Since launching six months ago, the service has seen a huge jump in the number of luxury apartments and condos listed on its platform.

From the upscale Polanco district of Mexico City, to Paris Hilton’s newly minted luxury digs in Manila, Philippines, world-class luxury developments are increasing in number in emerging markets. Cities like Manila and Jakarta, which was recently name the fastest-growing luxury real estate market in the world by Knight Frank, have seen the most growth.

Lamudi’s Global Co-Founder Paul Philipp Hermann, said: “Lamudi is one step ahead of the game, bringing you the highlights of the luxury real estate market. Property hunters, and investors in particular, can get some incredible high-end deals in the markets where Lamudi operates, where their money stretches a lot further than elsewhere.”

Sample of the top high-end properties currently on the market through Lamudi:

Brand New Modern Asian Luxury House in La Vista
Location: Metro Manila, Quezon City, The Philippines
Price on application

The newly built house in an exclusive enclave in Quezon City just has it all. Situated in the stunning area surrounded by trees and a commanding view of mountains, it contains six spacious bedrooms and a covered garage for six cars. Its floor is beautifully decorated with narra planks and first-class Italian tiles. The brand-new house is full with stylish interior items that provide comfort.

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