Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
Buy-to-let is making a ton of money right now
The Nine Elms development just got serious
How far would you go to secure a parking space for your house?
The government’s Right to Buy scheme has come under fire after it has been revealed that 40% of all council flats sold under the scheme are now being rented out privately.
The three-bedroom flat was bought for £130,000 in the 90s
The owning-a-London-home dream: the heart says yes, the bank account says no.
Monstrous rent for a miniscule London home is a classic theme for the capital’s dysfunctional rental market.
The not-so-coveted top spot on the list of the UK’s most miserable place goes to Barking and Dagenham.
We’ve probably passed the point where we can take the Adam Smith Institute seriously
Foreigners’ land-buying spree is at its highest level since 2007
Planning to rent a house in London? Get ready to be depressed.
Council homes worth a whopping £3m? Only in London.
It is cheaper to commute from Madrid each day than rent in Camden Town
Property bought with “plundered and laundered” foreign money will be revealed
This news story is not so garden-variety
The wealthy borough recorded a decline of 7.2% in house prices in July
The average value of homes on Thornwood Gardens in London is a staggering £8.7m. And this street came last on the list of Britain’s top 20 most expensive streets.
Budget building is Budget blow for Osborne
Sugar and Hoppen team up for extravagant apartments in central London
To fathom just how hot London homes are, read this news story..
New rules announced by George Osborne this week mean there could be houses popping up all over the capital
It’s true – and it’s pushing young people away from the communities they grew up in
London house prices & residential news: archive
Just how much money do you need to live here?
Yesterday we told you that Foxtons charged a landlord £616 to repair a light fitting.
Foxtons is under fire for allegedly charging a landlord £616 for repairing a light fitting in a flat.
Price of the seven-bedroom Scottish castle where Mary Queen of Scots once lived in? £1.8m.
The talk of Hyde Park Barracks being turned into one of London’s hottest luxury flats has been going on for years.
It’s true – here’s the data to prove it
Karim Goudiaby, EasyRoommate CEO, on why we need a more liberal housing market for the future
Controversial programme will force social landlords to sell property at major discounts