It must be obvious that the current situation is bad for everyone, writes Property Vision's Charlie Ellingworth.
'I just looked at the leading portal for ‘Notting Hill properties launched within the last 7 days’; from the 72 new listings, there were 34 different agents. If
Discussions around support for buyers, stamp duty cuts and the Renters Reform Bill are becoming more hypothetical as the general election approaches.
Leading RE's president of global operations explains how cleaner transportation modes are transforming urban spaces, increasing property values, and nurturing environmentally aware communities in major…
Right now we appear to have an impasse, with buyers trying to time the market and sellers too nervous to test it - but how long are both sides prepared to wait?
From turnkey one-beds to carbon zero family homes: Prime market trends to watch, according to a top buying agent
'Developers take heed, you will do well focusing on luxury developments for the one-bed singleton market,' advises Jazmin Atkins
Postcard from Paris: Susie Hollands on the French capital’s ‘striking parallel’ with the Prime Central London property market
The city of love still holds dear to global buyers, says a top Parisian buying agent.
A year after taking the top job at Foxtons, CEO Guy Gittins reflects on some big changes for the business - and celebrates the firm reclaiming its position as 'London’s #1 estate agency brand'.
City & Country design chief: Why I’d love to see a renaissance of Georgian architecture in urban areas
Starmer’s proposal is a great starting point, says Simon Vernon-Harcourt, but its success will ultimately depend on the quality of the implementation.
Developers have responded positively to Keir Starmer’s pro-development rhetoric, but political aims will need to square with economic reality, says Tom Bill.
As deal numbers dwindle, proptech chief Richard Combellack suggests that property brokers can use their CRM databases to 'unlock new revenue streams'.
Overuse of the words 'sustainable' and 'sustainability' can dim the urgency and the scale of what we have to do and by when, writes Adam Architecture's Dr Martina Pacifici.