'We expect house prices to fall between 2% and 4% this year,' says Britain’s biggest mortgage lender.
JLL analyses Prime Central London's 'robust' performance in the face of recent challenges, and prognosticates what a 'feel-good' Budget could mean for the market.
The world's most established prime resi markets are likely to see property values fall this year, says Savills, as the firm predicts overall positive growth for its Prime Residential World Cities Index
Charlie Ellingworth on the London & country markets: Not very exciting – but is that such a bad thing?
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.
Property firm issues an upbeat set of property price forecasts, anticipating 3.5% growth in London and 5% growth across the UK by the end of 2025.
Some £5.7bn-worth of luxury homes changed hands in London through 2023, reports Savills, despite a marked slowdown from the pandemic-era property boom.
Top-flight housing market analysts have dramatically raised their expectations for house price growth this year, revising the 2024 forecast up from a -4% drop to a +3% increase.
Many market-watchers expect property prices to bottom out this year. But there's an even bigger than usual caveat to all the predictions...
As rents continue to rise, Rightmove has flagged stretched affordability, the Renter’s Reform Bill and a balancing act for landlords as the key trends to monitor in the year ahead.
Oxford Economics believes house prices across Europe will have seen a peak to-trough decline of around 3% before things turn up.
Savills heralds ‘significant opportunity’ for property investors ‘to buy at the bottom of the market’ in 2024
'There will be significant opportunity – especially in the commercial and residential spaces – for investors to buy at the bottom of the market,' says Savills, as the property firm shares its forecasts for…
Values & volumes in the £15mn-plus sector set to rise further over the next 12 months as more global billionaires put down roots in the capital.