Economics

Zoopla identifies a 'tripartite housing cycle' from 2009 to the end of 2018

The FT's Thomas Hale has written an interesting piece (with lots of sums), arguing that the traditional lifetime escalation from a first-time buyer's flat to a family-sized house is now 'a myth that young…

House of Commons vote delivers no clarity on Brexit; uncertainty is the property market's 'new normal' says top-end estate agent

The total value of UK residences climbed by 2.7% - or £190bn - in 2018, says Savills, but London saw a 1.5% drop; all the homes in Britain are now worth £7.29 trillion.

Housebuilding numbers have fallen in every decade since the Second World War, and the 2010s are set to continue to the downward trend - despite a rising population.

Equity fund manager-turned-buying agent Fraser Slater explores how Prime Central London property has performed over the last two decades from a professional investor's perspective...

Jan Ambrose, Editor of the residential section of the RICS' Property Journal, explores the data behind empty homes headlines, and asks what can be done to deal with long-term vacant properties

Prices for high-end products and services have risen by 5.9% in the last 12 months, reports the Queen's bank

"More muted growth is the main story" behind Knight Frank's 2019 forecast for the world's key luxury property markets

UK could face worst economic slump since WWII in the event of a 'disorderly' no-deal scenario, according to the Bank of England's latest analysis; 30% fall in house prices is 'unrealistic', argue property…

The forthcoming merger of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole councils presents some big opportunities for property types, says Savills

Pubs, electrical shops and estate agencies have seen the biggest declines as high street businesses struggle, according to new data