"Expect the unexpected" says Savills, but "life in the property world goes on" despite 2016's series of seismic shocks

City workers at US lenders are generally granted a dollar amount, paid out in sterling

Most foreign firms owning London property are registered in tax havens, say Transparency International and Reuters

CBRE counts the ways...

Stamp duty receipts "so far this year have been much weaker than expected" says the OBR

What the luxury property sector thinks about the abolition of letting agency fees, more money for housebuilding and infrastructure, and no changes to stamp duty

Mishcon de Reya's comprehensive briefing note on the Autumn Statement 2016

Outlook is very uncertain, both for the economy and household wealth, says marquee Credit Suisse review

British home ownership fell by 6.2% between 2002 and 2014; young people are being priced out of property; building more homes is no quick fix

'Since the USA and the UK have aligned economic models, if the former enjoys greater growth, this will have a contagion effect on the latter'

Deloitte's team predicts what the new Chancellor's key announcements will be

James Wyatt's inflation primer and deeper reading recommendations