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The path to hedged riches is littered with the corpses of those who were unable to remain solvent while markets remained irrational, writes buying agent Ollie Marshall.

But Knight Frank's Tom Bill warns of growing uncertainty in the lettings sector.

Knight Frank has seen a 15% jump in London property sales valuations.

As January - and the traditional market forecast season - comes to an end, Property Vision's co-founder surveys the landscape, and looks at what the rest of 2024 might hold.

Technology has transformed the industry in many ways, but good old-fashioned agency has been thrown out with the bath water, writes buying agent Sophia Wade. 

Filip Sejvl of Czech luxury property agency Philip & Frank talks us through property market trends in Prague and beyond.

Structured finance analyst James Fenwick explains why refurbs in the ‘golden postcodes' remain a reliable choice for investors and lenders alike.

Jeremy Finkelstein of Harvey Kalles Real Estate shares some valuable insights into the Canadian real estate market, highlighting some familiar themes for UK market-watchers...

'The regulatory pendulum has swung too far,' argues John D Wood's lettings chief, and it is time for a recalibration of red tape 'to create an environment where landlords can freely enter and exit the…

The relationship between the designer and AI should be one of friends, not foes, writes Morpheus & Co's Antonio Quesada.

Fine & Country boss Nicky Stevenson shares her overview of the prime rental market at the start of 2024.

Regardless of what happens at the polls, 2024 will undoubtedly be a year of change, says buying agent.