As Hamptons updates its sales and rental market forecasts for the next few years, Aneisha Beveridge and her research team highlight six key trends to watch in 2024...
The Chancellor will make a big speech about the state of the nation's finances at the end of November.
Airbnb has called New York City's new legislation "a de facto ban against short-term rentals."
‘Significant flaws’ in register of overseas entities allow property owners to flaunt transparency rules, finds study
"There is no point building a dam halfway across a river," say academics as they outline ten ways to close multiple loopholes in the Register of Overseas Entities.
John D Wood & Co.'s Head of Lettings, Tanya Hasking, sheds light on the main changes landlords can expect from a raft of reforms targeting the private rented sector.
"I don't see the way to prosperity as being through taxation," says Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves.
"A simple tax restructure" could help more private rental homes meet EPC targets, suggest property industry insiders.
Featuring analysis from Chestertons, JLL, Knight Frank, Rightmove, Savills, Zoopla and more.
A considered response to Michael Gove's latest proposals to boost housebuilding, from the Savills ESG and Urban Design teams.
Planning logjams, bigger risks & shrinking margins: What it’s really like being a real estate developer in London right now
Russell Smithers, CEO of luxury developer REDD, pulls no punches in this account of the myriad challenges facing those delivering homes in the capital - and their potentially far-reaching consequences
The BoE needs to be wary of double-dosing the patient later this week, warns veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn.
Rishi Sunak has outlined a plan to build more homes in central London, in a move that Mayor Sadiq Khan has dismissed as 'pathetic gesture politics'.