‘We are beginning to see clear signs of a rebound in Prime Central London’: Strutt & Parker flags resurgent property market
'Regained optimism signals a spring rally' for prime property markets in and around London, says Strutt & Parker, as the estate agency stands by its 2023 house price forecasts despite a turbulent economic…
Tom Bill: London rental supply stays tight as legal changes loom for landlords
The Rental Reform Bill 'may be the final straw for some landlords,' warns Knight Frank's research chief.
Industry Reactions: Property transactions plunge by nearly a third
HMRC has reported a 'particularly large' drop in residential property transactions from March to April.
Tom Bill: Prime London’s sales market proves resilient as supply builds
Buyer demand is running a third above the five-year average in prime London, says Knight Frank's research head, while the supply of homes available to buy is up 16%.
House prices have fallen 1.3% in the last six months, but activity is rising – Zoopla
Sales volumes are still on track to be 20% lower than last year.
Move over Mayfair: Knightsbridge market ‘finally turns a corner’ as apartment living makes a comeback
Harrods Estates highlights a resurgent super-prime market around its famous namesake department store, with buying and development activity outpacing pre-pandemic levels.
Tories face donation shortfall as ‘angry’ housebuilders pull back
20% of donations to the party between 2010 and 2020 came from firms and individuals connected to the housing market.
Talking Heads: What would a Labour-led government mean for the prime property market?
The spectre of Corbyn may be laid to rest, but the threat of a mansion tax continues to haunt the streets of PCL as election chatter intensifies
Tenant demand has jumped around the furthest Elizabeth Line stations
A year on from the Elizabeth Line opening, new Rightmove analysis reveals the latest buyer and renter trends near stations along the line.
Guy Meacock: Why Chelsea is still pick of the bunch for prime property buyers
A buying agent's guide to the best streets and schemes in SW3, and what's happening in the sales market right now...
Commutable London grows: How improved transport & work-from-home trends have expanded the capital’s commuter map
'Transport improvements in London have opened up new areas for workers in Central London to live, leading to a shift in buyer and renter behaviour,' says Foxtons' lettings chief.
London Mayor & Westminster Council call for greater powers to tackle the capital’s empty homes ‘scandal’
Sadiq Khan wants to raise council tax on long-term empty homes to discourage absentee owners, and to 'make it easier' for councils to temporarily take-over under-used buildings.