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Rental values are retreating as supply builds, reports Knight Frank's UK resi research boss.

Recent reports suggest a number of London’s most expensive residences are being sold as part of bankruptcy proceedings, as wealthy homeowners have their assets liquidated to pay down debts.

Prices are rising but Portugal remains one of Europe's most affordable luxury property markets, Paulo Lopes, CEO of real estate agency Casaiberia.

DM Hall boss reports optimism in Scotland's residential property market, as 'the market proves its resilience to the shocks of the past year'.

Featuring insights from: Black Brick, Chestertons, Fine & Country, Harrods Estates, Heaton & Partners, Jackson-Stops, Janine Stone, Knight Frank, Lomond, London Central Portfolio, Prime Purchase, Propertymark,…

Buying agent Jo Eccles on the importance of thinking outside of the box.

Their reasons may vary, but many global investors will be looking to the UK capital in these times of unprecedented change, explains lawyer Dennis Ko.

Rate cut expectations have softened since early January, but a seasonal spring bounce is taking shape, explains Knight Frank's resi research boss.

Despite joining the Euro and Schengen zone, Croatia's property market saw a decline in both international and domestic buyer demand last year

For the housing market, last week’s wage data was more significant than news of a recession, explains Knight Frank's UK resi research boss.

David Huggett reports on the interplay between real estate markets, currency prices, and interest rates - and what the latest shift might mean for global economies...

If the market is to be dominated by mega-businesses in the coming years - as some are predicting - what does this mean for hard-working independents and their customers, asks Anderson Rose boss Jon Byers