A panel of experts and industry insiders from The Luxury Property Forum explore the evolution, the challenges and the future of branded residences

Two prime London markets are driving second home market activity, says estate agency after checking Stamp Duty records.

London has lost 10% of its high net worth population over the last ten years, pushing the UK capital down to fifth place on a list of the world's most millionaire-heavy cities.

But 'momentum has slowed considerably' for high-rise residential development projects, says NLA.

'Many estate agents are now looking to push forward with their plans to hire in order to help them facilitate an uplift in business,' suggests eXp boss after noting an increase in property job listings

'The value of flats where the service charge is disproportionate to the services on offer has come under downward pressure,' says Hamptons.

Savills has used socio-economic and health data from the Census alongside house price records to rank the capital's top enclaves for prime and super-prime property buyers.

Rightmove's data shows a marked increase in buying interest in London's top-tier postcodes compared to last year, as the portal highlights addresses with the highest asking prices for sale and rent across…

Unchained's 'Voice of the Agent' survey reveals continued inequality within the property industry alongside some more positive notes on professional development, proptech and market prospects.

'We do not see hybrid agents posing a significant challenge to traditional high-street agents but that could change if the self-employed model continues to grow in popularity,' says TwentyEA Director,…

'Flashy is out, and quiet luxury is here to stay,' declares Christie’s International Real Estate, as the firm's brokers suggest less is more for affluent 'Gen Z' home-buyers.

Hamptons heralds a 'market milestone' as first-time buyers account for a record share of home-buying activity, particularly in London and the South East.