Residential land development prices in the UK fell in the third quarter of 2018 with a new analysis suggesting that Brexit is having an effect on the amount some developers are prepared to pay.
Average greenfield development land prices fell by 2.1%... read more �
Millennials in the UK say they are delaying relationships, marriage and kids to get on the property ladder, more than previous generations, research suggests.
Young adults are feeling the impact of soaring house prices and make a range of adjustment... read more �
The Government’s flagship Help to Buy equity loan which was due to end in April 2021 will be extended to 2023 in England but for first time buyers only, it has been announced.
But the extended scheme will be more restrictive with a regional ... read more �
Average asking rents in Britain outside of London have reached over £800 per month for the first time, fuelled by fewer available rental properties for prospective tenants to choose from.
The latest research from property portal Rightmove show... read more �
Investors looking at residential property are increasingly looking at alternative real estate such as multi-family housing, retirement housing and student markets, according to new research.
Global student housing investment volumes in particular ha... read more �
The prime property lettings market in London has experienced a strong third quarter with high demand from a range of tenants including high net worth students, families and corporate sharers.
But the lettings marker in London does tend to be seasona... read more �
Heightened uncertainty around Brexit negotiations will delay recovery in the prime central London housing market for a further year to 18 months, a new analysis suggests.
But this will be followed by a bounce in 2021, according to international real... read more �
Almost 100,000 sales if property and land were received for registration by the Land Registry in England and Wales in August, the latest official figures show.
A total of 99,750 registrations took place, up from 95,721 in July and up from 85,493 rec... read more �
People in Britain have switched from being anti-housing to being in favour of more new homes being built in their area, a new study has found.
The survey of 2,036 adults confirmed the shift detected by the British Social Attitudes Survey over the pa... read more �
New homes are much needed in England but the latest official figures show that planning applications are falling, even although the Government has pledged to boost new home building.
Between April and June 2018, district level planning authorities i... read more �