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The latest automation systems aimed at the luxury property market are intuitive and beautifully designed

Marketed with an "absurdly" low guide price of £250k, it's been billed as "the bargain basement mansion", but whoever buys the Grade I-listed Halswell House in Somerset at auction next week will need …

As the London property market continues to surge, some of the high pressure tactics deployed in the previous boom are back with a vengeance

Fresh from MSMR's triumph in the "Residential Visualisation" category at last week's SBID Awards, Sheila McCusker explains how computer generated imagery has evolved from a "nice-to-have" into an essential to…

Now used to describe any property at the top end of the market, the traditional definition of "super-prime" is looking increasingly out of date, says Joe Burns..

Londonewcastle's Robert Soning on finding the right space and the importance of his firm's latest acquisition...

Within the context of prime and super-prime residential development, affordable housing is a complex matter and one that most developers will need to address at some point or another

Offering ever-changing scenery and masses of lateral space, houseboats are looking like an increasingly attractive option for buyers priced out of bricks and mortar

With savings of up to 85% on offer in some parts of the capital, savvy buyers are taking a second look at spaces on the ground and lower ground floors, says CBRE's Mark Collins..

Don't be put off by the potential complexities of an unusual development opportunity, says Paul Reed, they often end up as unique and valuable assets..

In his first column for PrimeResi, Walpole Mayfair developer Joe Burns explains why preserving original detailing is a duty, not a choice, and why he will always favour period restoration projects over n…

Changes in planning policy may make things trickier for niche developers and private clients, but opportunities for single dwelling basement developments are still worth seizing, says Sheila McCusker...