The UK’s three biggest listed estate agencies could have their profits hit by a combined £26m once the lettings fee ban is introduced.
From 15th September, consumers on British Gas’ standard variable tariff will have their bills increased
Countrywide investors endured another uncomfortable day yesterday as shares sunk to a new low.
Londoners vastly underestimate how long it takes to sell a property in the capital, research suggests.
The home improvements sector appears to be booming – as a rising number of home improvements firms are joining supply chain standards organisation GS1 UK.
Foxtons’ shares reached a 52-week low on Tuesday at 85p.
There has been a sharp fall in house building within London and for the first time in five years more homes are being building in surrounding counties, according to new research.
There has been record number of planning applications to build new homes in London this year, giving the city a genuine opportunity to reverse decades of low house building levels and meet its target of developing 50,000 new homes a year to help keep up with its growing population, new research shows.
Broadband in the UK simply isn’t reliable, and according to a fresh piece of research, more than eight out of 10 broadband users have experienced some manner of reliability issues during the past year.
The steady levels of mortgage activity seen through the first half of the year continued into July, with gross mortgage lending increasing by 4% month-on-month to £23bn in July, according to an estimate by UK Finance.
There has been a surge in the number of switching plans from existing equity release customers, thanks to record lows in equity release rates, new figures show.
The Sunday Times yesterday drew attention to what it called a ‘share sale puzzle’ at Purplebricks.
An analysis of data from HM Revenue and Customs reveals that inheritance tax paid by UK families has topped £5 billion a year for the first time in history.
Incredible aerial shots show work at David and Victoria Beckham’s new £6million country pile is at a STANDSTILL.
Soaring home values provided a major boost to Britons holding property assets in 2016 as they helped push the nation’s wealth through the £10tn mark, according to a new survey.
Whoever said landlords were evil property moguls hogging all the property should have been watching Channel 4 last night.
With significantly more new homes urgently needed to help plug the housing shortage in this country, the government views the Build to Rent as key to providing a large number of them, especially in locations like London, where the UK’s largest Build to Rent development is set to receive a £65m boost.
Political uncertainty has scared off many sellers, with new property listings dropping for the second consecutive month, down 1.6% in July after a drop of 1.9% in June.
Cladding used on 111 high-rise blocks across Britain, 90 of which are owned or managed by social housing providers, have now failed a second round of fire safety tests in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Former Premier League football star and presenter of Gladiators TV show John Fashanu was locked up in a Nigerian cell with 200 other prisoners after being accused of a land scam, it has been revealed.