The Queen was crowned on 6th February 1952, when an average home cost just under £2,000. This is the equivalent of £56,000 in today’s money, and amounts to house price growth averaging 2.2%

"Buyer demand remains high but there are now signs that market is softening," says Zoopla's research chief, as more vendors cut asking prices and deals take longer to materialise

Savills' latest buyer and seller survey highlights how prime property buying intentions are evolving.

Official data points to a property market slowdown.

Residential real estate has shifted from an alternative to a core asset class in the eyes of investors, says Knight Frank, as record amounts are pumped into the sector.

Using OECD data, content creator James Eagle has compared real house price growth in key international property markets over the last four decades

The number of planning applications to build skyscrapers in London has dropped by more than 13% in the last year, according to the ninth annual London Tall Buildings Survey by New London Architecture and…

“The recovery of the rental market has led to a shift in tenant profiles,” says LCP boss Andrew Weir, “as older tenants return to the office and outcompete young professionals and students.“

"It is encouraging that a little more stock appears to be returning to the market," says the RICS' chief economist

44% of global cities saw average house prices surge by more than 10% in 2021.

There are currently 172,589 residential properties listed for sale across the UK, according to research by TwentyCi, and another 237,512 homes with sales agreed

Foxtons saw a drastic surge in demand for homes in London as the Covid-19 pandemic eased; producing a series of charts to illustrate the capital's key property market trends through an extraordinary time