London will become a city of renters, with just 40pc owning their own home in 2025, according to new research from PwC
A third of all homes up for sale have reduced in price since April, suggesting sellers are more willing to offer a discount, new research has revealed.
Direct Line says property listings are breaking the law in terms of how they list the number of bedrooms a home has.
Property is a better investment for retirement than a pension, the Bank of England’s chief economist claimed today
London rents fell in July, according to the latest figures from Countrywide, bringing the average for a newly let home to £1,280 a month
There was a rise in the volume of housebuilding schemes started in England in the run-up to the EU referendum but the actual number of homes completed continued to fall
“A large proportion of 25 to 45 year olds will be permanent tenants rather than buyers” a senior economist has predicted.
The date for the court hearing to decide whether there should be a judicial review of the buy to let tax changes introduced by George Osborne has been changed.
There has been a marked slowdown in house price growth in major UK cities in the past three months – led by London – according to the latest analysis by Hometrack
Rent increases for tenants across Britain continue to far outstrip inflation as demand exceeds the supply of rental stock on the market, new figures reveal.
London agency Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings says student rents have risen by 55.5 per cent over the past 20 years, compared to 24 per cent for non-student properties
The British Banking Association’s latest mortgage lending figures suggest early signs of fall-out from the surprise vote for the UK to leave the EU
The National Association of Estate Agents says a huge shortage of bricks and the possible consequences of Brexit are two reasons why the housing crisis “cannot be fixed” despite willingness on the past of builders
The number of property transactions edged downwards in July, putting to bed concerns that the Brexit vote would result in a dramatic fall in sales
New data from referencing company Equifax Touchstone suggests that this July’s buy to let mortgage lending total is 39 per cent down on the same month a year ago
The number of 95 per cent loan to value mortgages available for first time buyers has dwindled 16 per cent in just five months according to a leading financial services monitor.
Half-year figures as reported to the City by Persimmon – Britain’s largest builder by volume – show a 29 leap in profits for the six months to the end of June
60,000 purpose built rental units are now in the pipeline in the UK, as more investors begin to identify the future growth potential of the sector.
The majority of landlords see renting out second homes as a nest egg rather than a business, research has found
First time buyers accounted for more than a third of property purchases in prime London in the second quarter (Q2) of the year