Economics

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

A survey of 3,000 millionaires Trumpets a dramatic claim - but HNWIs are still feeling positive

Imposing CGT on one's PPR would sound the death knell for the high-value markets of London, says Trevor Abrahmsohn...

Knight Frank mid-year forecasts indicate that everything will return to positive growth next year

"The UK’s primary property tax remains scandalously out of line with modern property values", argues Tom Goodfellow

'People will be happier to invest if sentiment is good'

But countries can be divided into three categories: Boom, Bust & Boom, and Boom

Bob Dylan - with a little help from James Wyatt - explains how the world of estate agency and property valuation is changing

164,000 homes were completed in England in 2015/16. This is more than in recent years, but still below the 2007/08 pre-recession peak of 200,000

'Intuitively, a bubble (and this applies to any asset, not just real estate) exists when the price of an asset is over-inflated relative to some benchmark