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Clarity over the Prime Minister's departure provides some relief that a clearer more strategically sound future can be realised, says JLL's research chief Nick Whitten - even if we have a fallow period …

Some may argue that Richmond, Barnes and Chiswick are the pick of the SW London hotspots, but Wimbledon Village offers a lifestyle which, for many, is the perfect compromise, says Guy Meacock.

The housing market continues to defy the wider economic rhetoric, but signs are emerging that the market is starting to reset, says Nicky Stevenson, MD of Fine & Country UK.

With the press awash with fears of recession, fund manager-turned-buying agent Fraser Slater takes a closer look at the recent moves in various commodity prices and inflation expectations - and finds …

After a remarkable run, there is a palpable sense of unease in the market, reports veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn…

We are in a new era where to batten down the hatches and hide entirely is no longer a viable option, says Ollie Marshall - and some may feel that sitting in a house is safer than being perched on the …

Since the first shoots of recovery were spotted in prime London’s rental market back in the spring, stock levels have tumbled and demand has soared - and prices are headed in one direction…

Charlie Woods, head of the lettings department at longstanding RBKC agency Russell Simpson, reflects on the turmoil of the last two years, and predicts where the prime rental market is headed next… …

Knightsbridge has lagged behind its neighbours over the last couple of years, but the market is finally on the turn, reports Patrick Alvarado

Whilst the central London and top end of the market is relatively insulated, it is still driven by confidence and dependent upon a strong economic base, says James Wyatt

When set up, any overseas entity (like a foreign company) buying UK property will need to register its beneficial owners

With provisions due to come into force at the end of this month, the Macfarlanes team takes an in-depth look at the new Building Safety Act - which "represents a sea change for the construction sector" …