The Market

Knight Frank's sentiment survey has recorded that households think that house prices are still rising for the 18th month in a row, although the perception is that prices growth is slowing down. 29

The Heritage Alliance has called for a series of specific policy measures to "realise the power of heritage" in its 2014/15 Manifesto

What with 2015 coming up and all that, these experts have differing opinions on whether now is the time to buy a property in prime central London...

Cambridge has been named by Rightmove as the 'fastest-selling hotspot' in the country.

£1.2bn-worth of new-build stock has been snapped up in London already this year, but what kind of premiums have these buyers been paying for 'newness'.

Barton Wyatt is predicting a 7% price rise in Surrey by next summer as “the London ripple effect has finally kicked in”. Th

London's corporate rental landscape is changing, says Savills, as the traditionally dominant financial and insurance sectors give way for techno-tenants. N

There's been lot of talk about London cooling, says Douglas & Gordon's Chairman Michael Hodgson, but it's too early to tell if prices are actually falling

The headlines have flipped from Property Bubble to London Cooling in the space of just a few weeks

The volume of transactions is "concerning" says W.A.Ellis, as its year-on-year sales figures for prime central London plummet by 25%, and the number of house sales sits 45% down on June 2013's level

Fair society think tank The Smith Institute has been looking at the interplay between local planning authorities (LPAs) and property developers with the aim of finding out what can be done to boost housing …

Average house prices across the UK increased by 10.5% in the year to May 2014, according to the latest ONS stats. That's up from an increase of 9.9