Notwithstanding the latest move to target foreign buyers, the government's incessant tinkering with high-end property levies has failed to optimise direct and indirect tax revenue, stifled economic activity,…

Top prime resi experts and business leaders weigh in on what Theresa May's plan for an additional SDLT levy on non-UK buyers might mean for the property sector

"It cannot be right that it is as easy for individuals who don’t live in the UK, as well as foreign based companies, to buy homes as hard working British residents" says the Prime Minister

Residential property prices are falling in half of the world's "bubble risk" cities, say investment experts

HMRC releases full stamp duty statistics for 2017-2018, attributing increase in resi receipts to a higher proportion of transactions paying the higher rates

Columbia University's Stephany Griffith-Jones explains how creating a national investment bank could transform the UK economy, and help to end austerity

Shadow Housing Minister outlines three new policies to combat inequality in the housing market

One in every two transactions in the capital's most expensive boroughs went down as cash purchases last year

The Office for National Statistics has analysed recent movements in the UK House Price Index, highlighting a series of notable trends in the capital's property pricing and transaction volumes

20% of surveyors believe replacing Stamp Duty with a modernised Council Tax would benefit the property market and wider economy

Official stats provide snapshot of the changing prices and costs associated with home ownership in the UK

House prices could fall by more than a third over three years in the event of a disorderly departure from the EU in March, warns BoE chief