The Market

There'll probably be fewer foreign buyers, dull design schemes and 60s mansards this year, says James Bailey..

Any recent property market report will - more likely than not - include the phrase "chronic supply shortage"

The Mayfair corner's come out swinging with some statistical gymnastics to counter Nick Candy's claim that W1's oversupplied and due for a price drop this year (as reported here). N.B

Knight Frank's latest Future House Price Sentiment Index has hit a brand new high, with homeowners expecting prices to rise at the fastest rate since 2009, when the index started, and households in every …

The Association of British Insurers has rebutted yesterday's claims that proposals set out to provide affordable flood insurance will leave leasehold properties, council homes and the entire rented sector …

The much-touted "ripple effect" looks  to be well and truly underway in the south of England, with Savills recording a 1.5% uplift in average prime regional values in the three months to December.

Want to know where prices are going to rocket over the next ten years? Going by Winkworth's latest research, you should probably start by finding out where the youngsters are living right now..

Bristol will see a sea-change over the next two years as its city-centre population balloons, according to Jones Lang LaSalle

There are, according to CBRE, around 300,000 residential units in the capital’s planning pipeline.

Orion Capital has pushed up the next phase release date for its UNStudio-designed Canaletto development next to the City Road Basin, after being happily surprised by early sales numbers

House prices across the UK rose by 8.4% last year after a +1.4% December spurt, according to the latest from Knight Frank. London under-performed the wider country, posting a 7.5% price increase (+0

Average asking prices have shot up by 1% in the "the largest ever January rise in the price of property coming to market," according to Rightmove