Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
Someone walled up the gap between two houses and put it on the market, as you do in London
London is “another country”, as house prices surge ever upwards
New mayor needs to help young people
You would not believe some of the places you can stay
Monopoly! The prices on the classic Monopoly board no longer reflect reality. Here's the bitterly expensive truth
Do not pass go, do not collect £200, and you can forget about the free parking, this is 2016 for chrissake
The name of that bit of road outside your house has a big influence on overall value
Ben Radstone and Nick Kalms, YouSpotProperty.com on lessons from Broadwater Farm Estate
It’s been called “ugly”, “phallic” and an “ego trip” – London’s tallest skyscaper, the Shard, has had truckloads of criticism.
Landlords rejoice as government votes down rule requiring them to provide homes fit for human habitation
Mould on the walls can stay, according to the government
Why did the capital drop off the list?
No, we’re not joking…
If your New Year’s resolution for 2016 is to save a deposit then this news story might just make you want to give up.
The cost of an average UK property soared to £208,000 in December 2015, Halifax’s new housing report has shown.
The capital’s sizzling property hotspots
The total value of the UK’s 28.6 million homes rose by around £1.4bn every single day for the past year, according to Zoopla.
Britain is a nation obsessed with property porn, with many of us lusting over palatial homes with grand staircases, gigantic pools and cinema rooms among other bells and whistles.
No drumroll necessary – the most expensive street in Britain is in London
Research shows most people can’t use the scheme
London house prices & residential news: archive
London is set to get an £8.4bn mini-village on the Greenwich peninsula as part of what has been branded “Britain’s largest regeneration project run by a single developer”.
In London we’re desperately in need of more residential space.
Thanks to rising property prices some people will not be able to afford to rent or buy
Do you earn enough?
Foxtons’ billionaire founder Jon Hunt wants to turn his mega-basement into a museum for his collection of vintage cars - but the nearby French embassy isn’t happy.
This one chart shows how much we’re paying in rent compared with our regional neighbours
Bloomsbury plot expected to become luxury basement
And it’s not one of the well-known platforms
Think you’re desperate to buy your first home in London?
Where are we all going to live?
Financial planning expert Martin Stewart explains
How many in London?