Property Investment News

"The real estate industry is the single-most contributed industry to climate change," says venture capital boss. "It's the culprit that was hiding in plain sight."

"The incredibly robust income offered by BtR and strong rental growth across the sector are continuing to attract significant new capital to the market," says Knight Frank.

Wealthy private client investors "have been operating against an unprecedented backdrop of macro-economic disruption," says Investec - but "these challenging times have failed to dampen sentiment and can…

“The UK Build-To-Rent sector is showing positive momentum and resilience in the face of headwinds such as cost inflation and interest rate increases," says CBRE.

“Some may frown upon second home owners, but the fact of the matter is that the vast majority are buy-to-let landlords, not high-end homeowners restricting stock availability by purchasing rarely used h…

It's being reported that the billionaire Reuben brothers have agreed to take control of the super-prime Admiralty Arch development project.

"I understand that regional mayors may soon be given the power to ban properties from being used as short-term lets," writes James Forsyth, political editor of The Spectator, in The Times.

London's £1bn One Nine Elms development is now scheduled to complete by the end of 2023, following a huge funding deal with a consortium of lenders.

"Knight Dragon has just revolutionised the entire European property market and will now move to do so internationally," declares founder Sammy Lee, as the developer looks to blockchain tech to boost investment…

Two of PCL's biggest property estates have agreed terms to create an "impossible to replicate portfolio in the heart of London's West End."

North America retains its position as the top global region for the super-rich, while Europe has overtaken a "lacklustre" Asia-Pacific according to Capgemini’s new World Wealth Report.

Estate agency branches had an average of 15.6 properties available to rent in March this year, says Propertymark, down from 30.4 in March 2019.