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Serious potential purchasers are not really interested in how long the property has been on for, says Trevor Abrahmsohn, so why are vendors so obsessed with 'freshness'?

Service levels won't improve until all estate agents have access to training, argues Keller Williams UK boss Ben Taylor

The Crown Estate's ambitious plan is working, says Wetherell, as London's stateliest district shapes up for the 21st century

Galliard and Weston Homes are looking to recruit nearly 500 new staff between them; warn that Brexit is having 'a huge long-term impact on the London and wider UK construction industry'

Candida Gertler OBE looks beyond the glare of the art fair, calling on property developers to play an important and active role in delivering creative spaces for artists in new developments

Records reveal one of the deals of the year in Notting Hill, along with notable sales in Richmond, Bayswater and Berkshire...

Withdrawn properties may have cost estate agencies up to £4bn in lost commission last year, according to new research. Higher-value and London homes are more likely to be withdrawn rather than sold...

The Rt Hon Sir Oliver Letwin’s recent report is an interesting read in considering swathes of the Thames Estuary, Nine Elms or Bicester - but it doesn’t really address the heart of the problem, says Ale…

With Dominic Raab's departure to the Brexit department, Kit Malthouse is the 17th Housing Minister within the last 20 years - and the eighth in eight...

We've totted up how many prime properties the ten biggest non-traditional agencies are currently listing...

A Grade I listed country pile at the foot of the Chilterns has quietly hosted world leaders and momentous decisions since it was built in 1565...

Star sculptor Conrad Shawcross commissioned to create major new artwork at landmark Belgravia scheme; developer reveals over two-thirds of units in the first three phases have now been sold...