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Switzerland, following a referendum that came out in support of more independence from Europe, is on the cusp of a foreign asset spending bonanza, according to the latest from WealthInsight.

Ever since the project was given the green light over a decade ago, there's been no shortage of speculation surrounding the "Crossrail Effect" on the capital's house prices

A few weeks ago, Mayfair agent Peter Wetherell predicted we'd be seeing £10k per square foot prices on his patch within ten years. A few people scoffed.

Yes there's been a red double-decker trundling up and down the Croisette since Tuesday, but nothing says UK property like a nice cup of tea

Just 6% of landlords own more than one rental property, and over half live withing 10 miles of their tenants, according to Countrywide Residential Lettings

Just 27% of properties  - and 15% in London - listed on Zoopla have had their asking price reduced, which the portal says is the lowest level of price cuts in four years.

Mayor Johnson used his keynote speech at MIPIM to escalate his call for developers to join him in a concordat to market and sell London homes to Londoners first.

Two months after snapping up the £600m Ram Brewery in Wandsworth, the Chinese state-owned property developer Greenland Group has finally shaken hands on its second landmark resi site, on the other side …

An announcement made at MIPIM confirms that One Nine Elms, The Dalian Wanda Group's 1

Bible of rural existence Country Life has been totting up all the pesky bills that go along with owning a pastoral idyll. It's pretty scary

The number of offers received last month was nearly twice as high as in February last year, according to the latest from Douglas & Gordon, but that's "almost certainly a product of multiple bidding" in…

Foxtons has done rather well since floating in September last year; the firm's Full Year results for 2013, released today, show sales volumes climbing by 22.5% and lettings volumes by 6