The Market

Prime rents nudged upwards in Q3, says Chestertons as the firm forecasts a 3% increase for prime London rents next year. Q3 saw prime rents rise a touch by 0

The idea of a Mansion Tax has been knocking around Westminster with intent for over five years now, since Vince Cable brewed up a scheme in 2009 to make taxation more fair...

Glentree boss Trevor Abrahmsohn makes sense of a rollercoaster year in the prime property market, and reveals his much-anticipated predictions for 2015... This year has been divided into a number of segments.

Prime central London buying agency Black Brick has given a fascinating insight into its business and market position, releasing an analysis of its property purchase and transaction data since it was l…

House price growth is back to its May 2013 level, says the RICS, as new buyer demand continued to drop in October

"Politics hasn't completely stymied the market" says Douglas & Gordon, as the agency notches up a 100% increase in new business from August to October

While many of London’s top addresses (including Kensington Palace Gardens, One Hyde Park and The Lancasters) enjoy prime positions along Hyde Park’s seven-kilometre perimeter, Knight Frank has picked …

It sounds like JLL has done a sterling job of shifting New Scotland Yard in double-quick time, and there's already been plenty of speculation as to the identity of the £250m site's 'mystery buyer'...

Forecast season started early this year. So much so that it still feels a bit too soon for mince pies, yet we've already had 2015 predictions from all these firms.

W.A.Ellis - or if we're being formal, W.A.Ellis, a JLL company - has summed up the current PCL conditions rather eloquently in its latest market update. O

The number of resi transactions across England and Wales is now at nearly double its credit crunch low-point, says London Central Portfolio, after a 27.8% increase over the last 12 months.