'We’re seeing that a greater proportion of prospective buyers are looking for a home in the city they live in, but it’s the opposite trend for renters,' says Rightmove.

As the Government announces 12 new 'potential Canary Wharfs' around the UK, CBRE has assessed how London's big regen projects have affected neighbouring property values.

Inflation-adjusted house prices in 35 UK areas are still below where they were in 2009, according to new research.

Central London's 'investment window looks incredibly ripe for super-prime assets,' says Strutt & Parker boss.

Dollar-based buyers enjoyed significant currency discounts on homes in London last year, but demand from European and Middle Eastern buyers remains low.

Liam Bailey, Knight Frank’s Global Head of Research, shares his key insights from the 17th edition of the firm's flagship research event, The Wealth Report.

Significant house prices gains over the last few years have favoured more owner-occupiers than landlords, suggests Savills.

'Just building yet more housing estates in the way they have been done for decades, no matter how low-carbon the buildings are, is not good enough,' warns a report by ADAM Architecture and Blenheim Estate…

But competition amongst British property brokers is fierce, meaning average earnings per agency are lower than in some EU nations.

'The theme of 2023 is adaptability', concludes Luxury Portfolio International after polling a cross-section of the world's wealthiest home-buyers.

Significant proportions of the UK housing market now have little or no reliance on borrowing, says Yolande Barnes

Rental prices continue to escalate across the country, reports Hamptons.