Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
Latest research indicates British homeowners could spend £110m on revaluations
Sports Direct billionaire Mike Ashley has invested £200m in developing a £900m luxury home development in Chelsea.
The prospect of mansion taxes and the changes to stamp duty are impacting housing sales in the run up to the general election.
Where is the UK’s tallest residential building? In London, of course.
Home improvements for most of us mean a quick trip to B&Q to buy a new kitchen sink or, if we’re feeling rich, installing a new conservatory.
Which trendy Tower Hamlets street tops the list?
Fed up with estate agents? Read on…
Take a look at the pics and make up your mind…
How many in London?
Selling your home? You need to read this…
Another ludicrous London property story…
Londoners, stop moaning about your rents being mind-numbingly astronomical.
As far as locations go, you can’t get closer to the station
The property company rides out a challenging market
Keen renter paid £10,000 up front to call dibs on the property
Is London the world’s leading money-laundering destination?
Bad news for those already on the property ladder but good for everyone else…
Will the PM’s plans work?
Tenants, look away now
Home-ownership has plummeted among young people in the past decade
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Foxtons’ shiny glass-fronted offices have become symbolic of London’s gentrification over the last decade.
If you’ve ever rented a room in London you’ll know that finding an affordable room to rent here is like winning a million-pound lottery.
No typos there, you read that right.
Christian Candy’s plans to build a seven-storey luxury apartment block in Holland Park have just been turned down by Kensington & Chelsea council.