Tom Bill: London rental supply stays tight as legal changes loom for landlords
The Rental Reform Bill 'may be the final straw for some landlords,' warns Knight Frank's research chief.
Tom Bill: Prime London’s sales market proves resilient as supply builds
Buyer demand is running a third above the five-year average in prime London, says Knight Frank's research head, while the supply of homes available to buy is up 16%.
Depression is more common in the suburbs than in city centres – new research
Study led by Yale University and using three decades of data from Denmark 'provides no support for the continued expansion of car-dependent, suburban single-family housing areas if planners want to mitigate…
Guy Meacock: Why Chelsea is still pick of the bunch for prime property buyers
A buying agent's guide to the best streets and schemes in SW3, and what's happening in the sales market right now...
Currency Matters: It’s not all about the rate of exchange
David Huggett runs through the most important considerations when dealing with buyers & sellers who are moving money internationally.
Jess Simpson: Super-prime country & estates market still going strong
'The best houses will sell under the radar and probably in competition, but with two buyers rather than five': A top buying agent's view of what's happening beyond London.
Tim Hyatt: ‘Now is a great time to be an independent, debt-free property consultancy with no external shareholders to answer to’
Knight Frank’s head of resi updates PrimeResi on the firm's progress against its three-year plan, and the key focuses for the next 12 months...
Tom Bill: Political heat intensifies on the property market
More details have been published on what the main political parties would do to boost housebuilding and improve tenants’ rights.
Super-prime & future-proof: An architect’s guide to adapting historic buildings for a new era
With the government tightening up regulations in pursuit of net zero, the UK is in danger of ending up with thousands of uninhabitable historic buildings, says SHH's Stuart McLauchlan
Fundamental reform of residential tenancies: How this could work in practice for Estates & Private Clients
As the long-awaited Renters Reform Bill makes its way through Parliament, lawyer Kevin Kennedy talks us through what possible the end of the section 21 process could mean for property owners.
Abrahmsohn on the thorny issue of housing
They're not making any more of it and the little that exists isn’t being built upon, says veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn.
How AI can help luxury property business meet sustainability goals
The luxury property industry must take a holistic approach to emergent technologies if benefits are to be realised, says New York-based Mickey Alam Khan.