The Market

Gushing euphoria and breathless commentary by the prime property industry celebrating last week's Conservative victory was a touch overblown, if not foolish, says Charlie Ellingworth.

Turns out there were some serious buyers around last month after all. One of the biggest deals to ever go down in W11 completed just a few weeks before the General Election, PrimeResi has learned. Th

Some councils in London are turning down nearly two thirds of the planning applications they receive, according to a review of all the proposals submitted over the last 12 months.

With the pre-election stand-off morphing into a post-election face-off, those buyers who are able to move quickly will typically be the ones snaffling up all the best instructions. Her

It could have been a very different story, but Friday's unexpected result already appears to have triggered a flurry of trophy-level instructions across the country.

If this stonker in Holland Park goes for anything near its £13m asking price, someone's worked out it will have "earned" its owner around £130 an hour since it last sold back in 2007. The e

What could have been one of the punchiest asking prices of recent times has actually turned out to be a pretty good deal, considering the restaurant in question is actually Scott's of Mayfair... T

It is not uncommon for apartment blocks to be owned by the tenants living there, but what happens when they fundamentally disagree on how the building is being run? This can be tricky where tenants are …

Sam McArdle & Claire Owen of The Buying Solution narrate a well-worn path followed by generations of Londoners; from a Royal Borough party pad to a Home Counties idyll... Over

UPDATE: It turns out that Mark Francois' appointment to Housing Mininster was all just a bit of mix-up. Francois' name was mistakenly put up on the DCLG website...

Friday 8th May 2015 has gone down alongside the Stamp Duty Stampede of 2014 as one of the most extraordinary days in prime resi history. Friday's deals included the £2.6

Harrods Estates has reported a surge in West African buyers looking to snap up prime pied-à-terres in London's Mayfair. Th