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A custom built, walk-in wardrobe has always been a symbol of opulence

In the second of a two-part special feature, Dan Crofton looks at penthouse trends and buyer expectations

Penthouse at Imperial Wharf (Chesterton Humberts) In the first of a two-part special feature, Dan Crofton looks at the stratospheric rise of the penthouse and what it means to buyers today

Lending to the wealthy used to be like banging a square peg into a round hole, but the FSA's Mortgage Market Review, published last week, is fantastic news for high net worths, says Hugh Wade Jones of…

New EU succession rules simplify making a will for HNWs with property in different countries, says Jenny Wilson-Smith of Boodle Hatfield.

Chesterton Humberts waded into the property finding arena last week, announcing the launch of a new Property Sourcing service that goes head-to-head with London buying agents, including Knight Frank’s T…

Last December's consultation on the mortgage market seems like a distant memory

All the latest property law news in one handy briefing from Mishcon de Reya

London's commuter belt has long been a key driver of property prices in the home counties, but the belt has been spreading like a New Yorker's waistline over the last decade

With over 80 per cent of property searches starting online, your digital shop front needs to be in order if you are going to attract a buyer with the attention span of a gnat on Fanta

The Office of Fair Trading have released a handy 66-page guide for estate agents that explains (at some length) the whats and hows (but rarely the whys) of the repeal of the Property Misdescriptions Act…

As the residential property world wends its way to Wales for some conference or other, Craig McWilliam, Grosvenor's Executive Director, shares his thoughts on the industry