At the end of last year, fund manager-turned-buying agent Fraser Slater set out ten reasons why he expects Q1 2019 to mark the low point of the Prime Central London property market; here, he looks back …

The average value of a home rocketed by 100% within five years of 1974, 1980, 1989 and 2004; it took 16 years for the same growth to be recorded to the end of 2018.

'The latest near-term indicators of housing market activity point to a significant weakening', warns the Office for Budget Responsibility, as it anticipates falling property prices and transaction numbers…

"Hard Brexit, no Brexit, Brexit-lite: whatever the outcome, London will remain the leading global wealth centre in 2019

The Economist Intelligence Unit identifies and assesses the ten most pressing risks to the global political and economic order.

'Owning a home with a mortgage now more affordable than 10 years ago', according to mortgage firm Private Finance, despite house prices soaring by 29%.

In the UK, people often think about inequality in geographical terms: for example, places such as Kensington in London are considered 'rich', while Blackpool in Lancashire is considered 'poor'

Assuming a discount of about 20% against house prices at their peak, in 2014, the £2.

'There is simply no escaping the fact that wealth is far more difficult to tax than income,' argues Jan Zeber in The Spectator.

There are around 23.2 million households in England, according to the latest official estimate; c.64% of these are owner-occupiers.

Knight Frank has jumped on the hashtag bandwagon to look at how the UK's property market has changed in the last decade - from a 2008 in the grip of the global financial crisis to a 2018 on the brink of…

'The housing crisis is moving up the boardroom agenda and is now a serious concern in companies across the UK', says Strutt & Parker