Each UK household has - if everything were equal - gained £143,059 since 2006
'The market is adjusting as it always does, but HM Treasury will bear some of the pain this time as they forgot that the London residential market is part of the economy, not a cash cow needing to be milked'…
Accountancy firm puts the number in difficulty at nearly 5,000 nationally
New study reveals the global web of IFCs and offshore tax management
Knight Frank's Taimur Khan delivers a briefing on the implications of currency movements on residential real estate markets
PwC revises its house price forecasts
Still no sign of a bubble, though
House purchase and remortgage approvals by lenders dipped in May
Quantitative analysis shows what has happened to the market since the Brexit vote, and what the near future might hold...
What’s happened a year on?
The election result may have delivered yet more unwelcome uncertainty, but the prospect of a 'Soft Brexit' could be good news for both the economy and the housing market, says Charles Curran...
London tops the table for the most resident multi-millionaires and for HNW importance, but not for billionaire population