The Market

A busy run-up to Christmas has been forecast for the London property market by Douglas & Gordon, a result of the "lethargic" start to the traditionally hectic autumn season

More evidence that Mayfair's coming home: two neighbouring Mayfair Village buildings ripe for conversion to substantial private residences

A double-header of gloom from Knight Frank's latest house price reports: Liam Bailey and Gráinne Gilmore believe that next year will see the end of prime London's house price boom, and that property p…

Forget Mansion Tax; an extra £600m from an extension to Council Tax banding would be much more sensible, says prime property's man of the moment Trevor Abrahmsohn, exclusively for PrimeResi.

In case you hadn't noticed all the pop concerts and ticker tape, it's US election day

 In a compelling and thorough new report published by Cluttons, Professor Michael Ball of Reading University's Henley Business School argues that London property prices, and rents in particular, are go…

Recent reports of a slight fall of 3.6% in the number of sales transactions in prime central London in Q3 have been attributed (by Chesterton Humberts) to a growing "wait and see" mentality

Property developer Londonewcastle are set to collaborate with new investor and developer The Third Quarter on a collection of new penthouse apartments in one of Clerkenwell's key buildings

There's a lot going on in EA Shaw's "Patch" (the bit between the West End and the City); new masterplans and new prime property developments seem to be popping up all over the place

With just six more weeks of marketing left until Christmas, some more evidence things have been hotting up in the prime central London sales market; a whopping 36 per cent upsurge in the number of transactions…

90% of UK homebuyers want compulsory regulation for estate agents to better protect buyers, according to a new RICS survey

Shrill accusations and sullen aftermaths - who doesn't love a good old-fashioned "game" of Monopoly? Well it seems the geniuses behind the boardgame were also purveyors of uncannily reliable real estate…