The Market

Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward is reporting a virtually bumper start to the year, with 15% more traffic to its website since 1st January than in the same period last year

The buy-to-let market has picked-up across London and the South-East, according to Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward's new Buy-to-Let Report, and now accounts  for 30-40% of all property sales in areas such …

Prime property prices in Scotland fell a wee bit further in Q4 2012, taking the annual drop to 2.7%, according to the latest from Knight Frank

It looks like hype has converted into buyer action, as 600 of the 800 first phase resi units at Battersea Power Station have already been reserved, less than a week after sales kicked off, according to…

Winkworth has thrown open the doors to its new Kensal Rise office today, bringing the agency's tally to 61 branches in the capital alone

2012 was a record year for the capital's £5m plus market, according to Savills, with over 400 documented sales (with a total value of over £4.1 billion) and a rise in per square foot values. 

Knight Frank has opened new desks in Bristol and Bath dealing exclusively with the sale of new homes

The residential team at Jones Lang LaSalle has just been announced as Battersea Power Station's international sales agent.

The UK construction market is expected to turn a corner this year, albeit only in first gear, with chartered surveyors predicting output to increase in 2013, according to the latest RICS construction market…

You may have noticed that not every international property market performed like prime London last year

Average prime London rents fell by 1.9% during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to the latest research from Savills, leaving annual growth at 0.5%. But it's not as simple as all that..

Can Battersea Power Station create a genuine community from scratch, asks Sourcing Property's Jo Eccles..