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Average asking prices have shot up by 1% in the "the largest ever January rise in the price of property coming to market," according to Rightmove

London property "is 8% cheaper than it was six years ago" for Chinese buyers thanks to the strength of the Renminbi, says WA Ellis in a new report on South East Asian buyers in the capital

Londonewcastle and Royal London Asset Management have moved a step closer to revamping what's being called "one of London's last few remaining large, centrally-located riverside regeneration sites"

Merton council is the latest London borough to make a move on banning mega-basements, with a spike in dig-down applications in Wimbledon Village driving the clamp-down

Average rents across the country rose by 2% in 2013 in "a year of rebalancing as the economy recovers," according to Countrywide's annual lettings index

Mobile phone mogul John Caudwell has been given the green light to start digging out the basement to end all basements in Mayfair

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind the capital's foreign buyers, warning luminaries at last night's Mansion House London Government Dinner that we'd be "utterly nuts" to "slam the…

Just when you thought it had all gone quiet on the new portal front, we've had word of another aspiring giant-killer entering the fray

Christian Candy’s short-term finance house Omni Capital has just sorted out what's thought to be the biggest ever bridging loan by a UK lender: £127.5m

Prices on the Hyde Park Estate (anything in the W2 2 postcode for the purposes of this research) rose by 26

There was no sign of the big festive feet-up in the sales market last month; quite the opposite in fact, according to RICS' latest UK-wide poll

The richest 0.003% of the world population (200,000 people) - owns 3% of the world's total real estate value (worth around US$ 5.