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Last week, a leading think tank pitched the idea of setting up a “non-resident housing investment agency” to limit property purchases by wealthy foreign buyers and keep a lid on the capital’s house price…

We're not sure if there's nothing to report or just so, so much, but Alan Page has taken to beating six drums at once

Advising the rich is often as much about personal relationships as about professional expertise, especially when it comes to an asset as emotive as a new home

Rather than complaining and propagating the confiscation of empty homes, commentators should be applying their energies to making the planning process efficient, less political and more productive, says…

There'll probably be fewer foreign buyers, dull design schemes and 60s mansards this year, says James Bailey..

When it comes to getting clients into the best properties before anyone else, top developers and buying agents can work in perfect harmony, says Camilla Dell...

Alec Watt experiences the international appetite for London property first-hand and attends possibly the best client meeting in the world...

Taxing the rich can have a devastating effect on the property market; just look at what's happening in Hong Kong, says our resident doer upper Alan Page

"The London influence on the rest of the UK remains weak," says Jackson-Stops & Staff, which has led to two very distinct markets emerging from the economic woes of the last five years

Reporting back from the salubrious Surrey & Berkshire suburbs, Julian Amos reflects on last year's game of two halves and why this year's buyers need to take advice from those in the know..

It might be a bit late - even for Santa - to organise this year, but which properties would the professionals like to wake up and find the keys to on Wednesday morning? 

Why did so many commentators and analysts get it wrong this year? Perhaps we still don't fully understand the strength of the forces behind the price growth we've been witnessing, says Camilla Dell..