'Property tends to benefit from an inflationary environment provided mortgage balances are kept in check'
No price correction predicted, although "there is no precedent for the current market" says Savills research chief
Housing market to be 'more subdued' over the next 2-3 years as Brexit negotiations dominate proceedings; most of the price declines in PCL have now 'washed through', says the firm
Worry not, says Glentree boss
The rise of online agency hasn't dented physical branch numbers yet...
40s are the new 50s, says Hamptons International
New World Wealth rundown puts London up top with US$2.7 trillion
OBR report into the effects of forestalling claims the recent 3% SDLT surcharge resulted in 60,000 transactions being brought forward, with a resultant tax loss to the Treasury of £300m
'As we said in 2009, it will be the early bird which catches the very fat worm'
Brexit effects have yet to kick in, warns EY
"After more than 20 years of unprecedented wealth creation, the Second Gilded Age has stalled"
The post-Brexit vote story is not prices, but turnover, says Charlie Ellingworth, as transactions tumble and estate agents suffer