The BoE needs to be wary of double-dosing the patient later this week, warns veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn.

Slowdown "is not a temporary aberration but looks to be a shift in the UK property market’s landscape for the second half of the year," says top buying agency.

Lloyds Banking Group now expects average UK house prices to end 2023 5.6% lower than they started the year, with a 'best case scenario' of -3.3% and a 'severe downside scenario' of -9.3%.

Recent months have been filled with doom & gloom, but there is no sight of the four horsemen of the apocalypse galloping through Sloane Square just yet...

Latest government housebuilding strategy focuses on urban property development to avoid 'concreting over the countryside'.

Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from Rightmove, Savills, the ONS, JLL, TwentyCi, Foxtons & more...

JLL's research chief looks into the repercussions of high and rising interest rates for residential property investors and their tenants.

The annual rate of property price growth slowed from +3.2% in April to +1.9% in May, according to the UK's official House Price Index.

Hamptons warns of 'significant social, economic and political consequences' thanks to an ageing population and a generational shift away from home ownership.

'An important message coming back from RICS agents is around ensuring prices are set with an eye on the market conditions of today, rather than the recent past,' says the Institute's Chief Economist; 'when…

'The problem is not second homeowners, it is politicians failing to understand the issues and having the courage to do something about it,' says top property agency.

Finance professor Anandadeep Mandal explores what the UK's cooling housing market could mean for the wider economy.