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Savills has used socio-economic and health data from the Census alongside house price records to rank the capital's top enclaves for prime and super-prime property buyers.

CBRE's research chief explains what the firm's latest consumer survey tells us about sentiment, spending and savings patterns & expectations for the year ahead.

Recent indicators suggest transaction volumes are rising as spring approaches but the pressure on pricing is downwards.

Mike Boles, head of Private Office at SPF, discusses the outlook for interest rates and mortgage pricing as inflation falls.

Knight Frank's research chief highlights 'a marked difference between higher and lower-value rental markets' in the capital.

The capital's lower-value prime markets are out-performing amidst a 'mood of circumspection', says Knight Frank's research chief.

The coming quarter will be a real bellwether for the market, says buying agency Prime Purchase.

Buyers in West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire are offering long-stop completions as available options remain severely limited, reports Jennie Hancock.

Forget 'price high and negotiate': Undercutting the market takes bravery & divides opinion, but gives the control back to sellers and often results in far better outcomes, says Maskells' Jamie Hope.

Some balance is returning in PCL, reports buying agency boss Jo Eccles.

Over four in every ten homemovers across prime London relocated within the same local area last year, reports Frances McDonald.

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