City of London embarks on biggest house-building programme since the Barbican
There aren't any new stats here, just a pretty way of looking at them
Buying Agency Middleton Advisors has worked out that the cost of buying a £1.5m ish property in London has risen by 1% over the last five years, from 4.8% of the purchase price in 2009 to 5.8% in 2014.
South west London could be in line for a major HNW selling point if the rumours are true about a top US school going on the hunt for a site in the capital. It
Owner of Sotheby's Dubai and the Middle East region confirms acquisition of UK business
One prime estate agency has listed properties for sale in more than half of the nation's postcodes in the last six months, significantly out-covering any other brick-and-mortar firm.
Poppy Chenevix-Trench has moved on from the Savills Private Office, becoming the latest high-level addition to Sandy Mitchell's Redbook Agency.
Strutt & Parker's London new homes sales chief reflects on the big themes to emerge in the prime development sector lately, and the projects currently setting the tone in the luxury market...
By Keir Waddell
Charles Medina has moved from Savills to become a Director at Strutt & Parker in Mayfair and Marylebone.
Another major acquisition creates London's biggest estate agency network.
Super-prime developer expands into education, securing planning for a new school for Thomas’s Kensington, along with new apartments & townhouses
The agency is looking to grow its regional resi development business by 50% over the next five years
'A double-digit price fall does not exactly feel imminent', says Knight Frank, after recording some encouragingly high activity levels given the circumstances...
Property portal expects a ‘cautious mood’ to continue in the housing market until Easter.
Propertymark has flagged the big threats and opportunities facing estate agents and the property market in the year ahead...
Luxury hospitality giant's new boss flags branded resi as a major part of international growth plans.
If we all stopped in our tracks every time the papers rang a bell to call the onset of the next property crash, none of us would have bought homes since 1998, says buying agent Saul Empson...
By Saul Empson