HSBC warns of a looming house price crash
Another influential team of analysts expects a sharp downturn for Britain's property market, with London house prices likely to fall 15%.
Property prices could crash by as much as a fifth if Boris Johnson pursues a no-deal Brexit, says accountancy giant; a deal would be worth £31,000 to the average London home-owner next year, predicts …
Savills has upgraded its mainstream market forecasts for this year, predicting 7.5% growth through 2022 and 12.9% over the five years to the end of 2026.
House price inflation is likely to "unwind" back to single figures across the UK, predicts Knight Frank, although Prime Central London is set for higher price growth as global travel resumes.
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The Prime Minister and Chancellor will announce a reduction in property transaction taxes on Friday, suggests The Times.
After 24 years at Foxtons, Bennett has taken the helm of Beauchamp Estates’ high-profile sales team in Mayfair.
Luxurious AvroKO-designed apartments promise 'the best of hotel living all year round'.
Chelsea-based firm has operated in the luxury property sector since 2013, delivering around 140 projects.
It's being reported that Friday's "emergency mini-Budget" will feature a cut to Stamp Duty. Is this wise, and what impact might such a move have on the property market and on the wider UK economy?
Commission-only property brokerage Nest Seekers is offering a three-month placement to the winner of a new BBC Three show.
The new barometer of luxury is health, says PCL developer Almacantar.
A surprisingly mixed set of responses from the property sector, featuring insights from Savills, Knight Frank, Rightmove, Maskells, Cluttons, Jackson-Stops, JLL, Winkworth, Carter Jonas, Chestertons, …
The nil-rate Stamp Duty threshold has been doubled to £250k, effective from today.
'How these instructions translate into sales will provide a good barometer for the wider health of the market in the months ahead', says LonRes.
Since 2008, renovations and alterations to residential properties that have been empty for at least two years are eligible for a reduced VAT rate of 5%, writes Nick Cunningham of Stacks Property Search.