The East of England is seeing residential rents rise almost four times the average for the UK with annual growth of 2.35% in July compared to a national rise of just 0.64%.
Strong demand for lower rent accommodation by long distance commuters is tho... read more �
Sales in the central London prime property market continued to improve in July and prices falls slowed, according to the latest index report.
Average prices fell 0.1% in July and are still well below where they were a year ago, down 5.9% but it is t... read more �
The UK is the top country that private property investors are most likely to buy commercial real estate as more and more wealthy people consider it as an investment asset.
Overall private investors are already a strong presence in the commercial mar... read more �
A third of small building firms in the UK say that soaring material prices are squeezing their margins and almost a quarter have had to pass these price increases onto consumers, new research shows.
They are blaming Brexit as a range of prices of ma... read more �
Younger people in the UK are likely to find it more difficult finding rented accommodation as a substantial proportion of landlords are planning to cut back on tenancies for people aged under 25, new research has found.
Although nearly all landlords... read more �
London has the most expensive property locations in Britain on a per square metre basis with Hackney seeing a rise of 753% since 1997 to £6,942, the latest research shows.
Over the past 20 years, property prices per square meter in southern En... read more �
Asking prices in England and Wales were at a virtual standstill in July, up by just 0.1%and falling or flat in seven out of 10 regions, the latest index figures show.
The price being asked for properties put on the market fell in the North East by 1... read more �
The government is promising a new emphasis on people who rent their homes when it unveils its housing strategy for England this week.
Housing Minister Gavin Barwell said there would be minimum tenancies and more homes built for rent in a "change of ... read more �
Landlords in the UK are not that worried about Brexit but tax and economic uncertainty are the issues that are affecting them in the short term, new research suggests.
Some 41% cites tax and the economic outlook as their biggest concerns while only ... read more �
After a decade the credit crunch which sent the UK economy downward is still shaping the nation’s housing market, continuing to affect existing and aspiring home owners, new research suggests.
The effects of the economic crisis were dramatic a... read more �