Economics

Vancouver is the latest global real estate hotspot looking to curb property price inflation (following the lead of Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and more), bringing in a really quite chunky 15% levy on…

As we learned this week, home ownership is tumbling across the UK - the last Conservative regime has a lot to answer for, says Trevor Abrahmsohn...

Today's interest rate cut by the Bank of England isn't the big economic solution we need, argues the University of Cambridge's Michael Kitson...

In a universally-expected move, the Bank of England has halved the Base Rate to an historic low of just 0.25% and renewed some quantitative easing. The BoE's interest rate had been at an already low 0

The housing market across the UK "will slow but not plummet" over the next 18 months, predicts the Centre for Economics & Business Research, but London is in for a more harsh adjustment next year; "the…

There rise of renting at the expense of home ownership in London is pretty well documented, but a new report indicates that it's not just a problem for the capital..

'Strong case' for analysts using algorithms more commonly used by dating websites to look at trends and sort through the big data

Everyone knows that there are choppy times ahead for the British economy, as uncertainty over just what Brexit means continues until terms sheets are drawn up with the rest of Europe and the world

The first survey of household sentiment on property prices since the EU referendum is out, and it's shown the biggest month-to-month loss of momentum for seven-and-a-half years. K

French bank Société Générale has included one of the bleakest post-Brexit predictions we've seen so far in a note to its clients. While

Savills has done a sterling job of summing up where we're at and identifying the "key drivers" at play in the post-Brexit arena.