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Changes to property taxation may be taking their toll on the high-end resi market in London, but whilst commissions to refurbish recently-purchased properties are slowing, this is being offset by an in…

Those coming to market are more qualified, needs based and buying for the longer term, which all makes for a considerably healthier, more balanced marketplace, says Guy Meacock...

Charging Capital Gains Tax on homes would be a significant improvement on the current stamp duty regime, argues the National Institute of Economic & Social Research's Dr Angus Armstrong in a thorough a…

As the Government decides whether to press on with the proposals announced in November's Autumn Statement, David Hannah paints a bleak picture of the capital under the cosh of higher stamp duty costs...

Rather than applying a blanket formula, a respect for, and sensitive application of, Feng Shui in a garden will allow for statements and mantras that hold personal meaning for individuals, says landscape…

LonRes Chairman William Carrington cautions against the expectation of a resumption of price rises..

The market moved away from typecasting the buyer as being a particular nationality some time ago and we can now add age into the mix, says Joe Burns

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As the prime central London is stifled by higher SDLT rates for high-value residential transactions - with deal numbers tumbling by 19

The man behind some of London's most ambitious and successful resi projects

It's been a tough 12 months for the high-value residential property industry, with a General Election cleaving the year in two, fallout from a major overhaul of the stamp duty system quashing activity, a…