Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
It’s true – and it’s pushing young people away from the communities they grew up in
Crown Estate enjoys record revenues
Dreaming of becoming a property owner? Don’t have the money? Buy a property in Aberdare, Wales, the least expensive area per square metre in Britain.
How many in London?
It goes against nature… and the Bank of England
Affordable housing shortage fuelling boom in rental market
Hottest homes on the London property market
Have your heard of Lots Road Power Station? It resembles a smaller brother to Battersea Power Station, with two chimneys instead of four, and stands on the north side of the river on Chelsea Embankment.
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
It’s the overgrown creature we’re still feeding and doing nothing to control.
In April, they snapped up Claridge’s, The Berkeley & The Connaught
Its blue, has a back garden and is floating on the Thames… if you like quirky homes then this home at Number 1, The Thames, will definitely float your boat.
The Shard is pretty much the marmite skyscraper of the capital. You either love it or hate it.
Average price of a London home today is £490,000
Property pundits speak out
London house prices & residential news: archive
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.