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In the second of who-knows-how-many parts, serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client Alan Page decides that prime central London is the only place to become a (semi-) serious property doer upper

Britain is in grave danger of entering negative territory this week, says James Bailey 

Demand for properties with income has soared by 50%, according to Fine & Country, as buyers look to supplement their earnings and boost pension pots.

In the first of who-knows-how-many parts, serial renovator and buying-agent-turned-client Alan Page embarks on a novel scheme to do up property in prime London

A well-designed space should be able to tempt clients out even on days like this, says landscaping guru and new PrimeResi columnist Barry Burrows.

Great schools and even better golf courses keep the cash flowing through the shires, says Julian Amos

More agents are joining the ranks predicting a drop-off in price growth next year; the latest - top London-based firm WA Ellis - is tipping a shift to more realistic pricing as the main driver

2012's London house price bonanza won't be repeated next year, according to Marsh & Parsons' latest forecasts, but the market won't flatline completely.

The Little House Company, a founder member of the new National Private House Sales Association (NPHSA), believes that the proportion of vendors selling off-market will rise from 2% this year to 8% next…

As next month's Autumn Statement looms large on the horizon, Ed Tryon beseeches the government to deliver some clear thinking.

Camilla Dell reviews a vintage year for the prime property market. 2012 has witnessed prices so far year on year rising by 10%, which is over and above what most forecasters were predicting.

Why get worked-up about a do-up when smart buyers can make do with a done-up, asks Tracy Kellett in her latest piece for PrimeResi.