Economics

The likelihood of a severe real estate slump is lower now than at the time of the Global Financial Crisis, but a significant drop in residential investment is 'plausible' next year, says Oxford Economics

Prime property prices 'may not be as overheated as they are looking in some mortgage-reliant mainstream markets,' argues former Savills research chief Yolande Barnes, in some new analysis commissioned…

This is a time of maximum gloom, writes Property Vision's Charlie Ellingworth, but property markets are nuanced - and there is no one size fits all...

Savills research chief looks at the implications of increases in the cost of living and mortgage finance for the prime housing market.

Thoughts from Savills, Knight Frank Finance, Fine & Country, Benham and Reeves, Anderson Harris, and Propertymark.

Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has torn down most of Kwarsi Kwarteng's three-week-old tax cuts - but the Stamp Duty cut remains.

'We are witnessing the owner-occupied housing boom finally under pressure globally,' says UBS, which warns of 'significant price corrections' in a majority of the highly-valued global cities in the coming…

Knight Frank's global research chief surveys the latest themes in property, wealth & investment...

UK house prices are "overvalued by a third and likely to fall", suggests Oxford Economics, while Capital Economics boss Roger Bootle thinks we could be looking at a 10-15% drop in property values - equivalent…

Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from Savills, Rightmove, Knight Frank, Propertymark, Zoopla, Search Acumen & more…

The government needs to calm financial markets as well as voters ahead of the next general election, says Tom Bill.

Economists expect interest rates to spike and house sales to tumble - meaning the last year's worth of aggressive property price growth could be rolled back.