Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
14 stats that prove why London (and not New York) is the world's most luxurious property destination
Millionaire homes are twice as expensive in London compared to New York
The super-rich and their love for London basements….
London has just been named the hardest place to sell a house in the UK.
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?
London now the second-most unaffordable city in the world
Haven’t given up on your dream of owning a London home yet? This news story will do it for you.
The absurdity of London house prices is now spreading to towns outside the capital.
One of the world’s wealthiest artists Damien Hirst has just planning permission to put a gigantic basement under his £34m London home.
Transport for London turns property developer with plans to build 10,000 homes
Buying a London home just became tougher as average asking prices in the capital jumped £10,000 in just one month.
No, we didn’t make this up
Bad news for those who can’t get on the property ladder
David and Victoria Beckham are rumoured to be interested in buying a £5.4m in Cotswolds.
The supermarket is flogging half-built stores
How can London’s housing crisis be solved?
London’s uber-luxury properties are hot in demand – so hot that the capital saw the most number of luxury homes sold in the world last year.
Every Londoner falls into one of two categories
London house prices & residential news: archive
Who in their right mind would pay £21,000 a month for a renting a flat in Mayfair?
A million homes in this parliament
Rapid rise in prices means London homes will cost a million by 2020
Best areas to rent in the capital
Shut up and get in the shed