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Buyers take eye-watering transaction taxes on the chin to resell Grade II listed period mansion just months after acquiring...

Shared amenities are a low-priority for most London tenants, says KFH; price comes first

"It feels like the winds of change are blowing through the property industry and not just down the Croisette this year," says Brecher's Nicky Richmond in a dispatch from MIPIM

Security requirements have become the number one priority for HNW homeowners in recent years, says Gerard Cooper, with increased demands from insurers amplifying the personal risk and exposure of high-profile…

EXCLUSIVE: Finlay Brewer launches international division via 'landmark' partnership with Monegasque specialists Real Estate Monte Carlo; new 'prime London-style' offering to market a collection of super-prime …

But the gender pay gap is still rife; female property professionals earn an average of 31% less than their male counterparts

Don't overlook established enclaves in search of exciting regeneration opportunities, says Alexander Lewis - these are places where people love to live, which is key to the long term performance of any…

From the recent case in Leicestershire involving a house hidden behind a fake garage door, to the hoo-ha in Kensington over a 'candy-cane' paint job, Clive Moys talks us through some memorable recent breaches…

Property Vision aims to create 'the go-to index for a very specific area'

'Truly exceptional' £29.5m duplex at early Candy & Candy project, 21 Manresa Road...

Sara Maccallum and Andrew Wilmot-Smith explain why the forward funding structure - long familiar to commercial developers - could be worth consideration in a difficult prime resi market...

Are the rich paying their fair share of taxes, asks the Institute for Fiscal Studies' Helen Miller in this illuminating talk at the University of Manchester last year. ifs.org.uk