Economics

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has published a "a progressive vision" for the UK's housing policy, pitching for "a radical departure for the status quo"

Savills takes an holistic view of global real estate sector in its new flagship report, looking at long-term trends and (very) macro influences that affect resi, commercial and investment markets around…

The grand total value of privately owned homes has risen by 48% since 2007; London and the South East accounts for more than half of the £1.94 trillion increase.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has outlined "a new vision for our railways", including a proposal to re-open some regional lines closed in the notorious "Beeching cuts" of the 1960s

12.5% of UK tax revenues come from property levies; the OECD average across 35 developed countries is just 6%.

What the residential property industry thinks about abolishing stamp duty for first-time buyers, the empty homes levy, housebuilding targets, & more

It’s not just the imbalance between supply and demand that's pushing pricing upwards, it’s also the cost of funding developments, says Charles Curran

What if a lack of houses is not the real problem, asks the FT's Jonathan Eley in an in-depth feature.

The UK’s "obsession with housing wealth could be making the country poorer", argues an economic think tank

Will the owner of a £17m mansion in Notting Hill manage to pull off the UK's first Bitcoin-only property deal? We'll have to wait and see on that one, but as Janet Armstrong-Fox explains, we can bank o…

"Momentum in the market is likely to remain subdued in the near term", say residential property surveyors

Relatively few Americans or Europeans were caught up in the Panama palava, but this latest mega-leak is a different story...