Currency Matters: Chart analysis suggests we could see a property market bounce as early as February
Applying the kind of long-term analysis used in the financial world indicates the UK housing market is approaching a pivotal moment, explains David Huggett...
Property firm expects 'a gradual improvement in the economy' and highlights 'a positive outlook for the residential sector' - despite a 'significant undersupply of homes' that's set to 'worsen further'…
Discussions around support for buyers, stamp duty cuts and the Renters Reform Bill are becoming more hypothetical as the general election approaches.
Average property values will be 7% lower at the end of 2024 than at the start of 2023, says major mortgage lender.
Developers have responded positively to Keir Starmer’s pro-development rhetoric, but political aims will need to square with economic reality, says Tom Bill.
While the world has changed beyond recognition in many ways since 1994, it remains surprisingly similar in others, writes Hugh Obbard.
Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from HMRC, Zoopla, Strutt & Parker, Benham & Reeves, Propertymark, Savills & more...
Buying agent Ollie Marshall surveys the economic landscape as hopes rise that we may have finally reached the end of this tightening cycle.
Inheritance Tax payments will more than double over the next ten years, suggests the Institute for Fiscal Studies, as it pitches a significant rejig of the death tax regime.
PCL has once again gone ‘on sale’ due to a near-term tumble for GBP, reports David Huggett.
Election 2024: Prime property sector sees “cause for optimism” in the prospect of a Labour government
'The likelihood of an incoming Labour government no longer feels like a massive threat to prime property markets in London and the country,' says Middleton Advisors.
Ahead of the anniversary of the infamous ‘mini-budget’, Strutt & Parker's Kate Eales looks back on a tough 12 months for the UK housing market - and explains what we've learned along the way...