National market back on track as transactions build but don’t boom

The national housing market is ‘showing signs of strengthening’ says CBRE, as transaction levels maintain 2013′s strength (last year saw 1.1 million deals go More...

Gross mortgage lending jumps 37% as market confidence ‘runs high’

Around £15.4bn-worth of mortgages were dished out in March, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, taking Q1′s haul to £46.3bn. You need to be logged in to see More...

No Messing About on the River: Why Putney is pulling in the new-build punters

The ripple effect has made this riverside hub one to watch for a prime new-build investment, says CBRE’s Head of Residential Mark Collins… You need to be logged More...

Grainger moves into prime SW3 with 61-house portfolio deal

Grainger plc, Britain’s biggest listed residential property owner/manager, has bought a 61-house portfolio in Chelsea for £160m. You need to be logged in to see this More...

Letting redress schemes get compulsory

The Housing Minister Kris Hopkins has decreed that all letting and property management agents will be required to join an approved redress scheme later this year. You need More...

If a property was worth £1m in 2007…

By Savills’ reckoning, values in the inner commuter zone are now at least back to their 2007 peak, and those in the outer commuter zones aren’t far off. So how would More...

Largest of Scotland’s Summer Isles comes up for sale

One of the finest private islands in the UK has just come up for sale, with a price tag of nearly £2m. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please More...

The five best property websites in the world?

The annual Webby Awards aim to recognise the best websites on the ‘net; this year’s ‘Peoples’ Voice’ Real Estate category offers up five super-clean More...

Mead: In defence of traditional full service estate agency

After that Daily Mail article on estate agents’ “eight sneaky secrets” (penned by an online agent), Ed Mead answers back, with interest… Only c. 60% More...

Do we really need the Mortgage Market Review?

The clumsy hand of government has to be very careful when it interferes in the dynamics of markets, says Trevor Abrahmsohn… You need to be logged in to see this part More...

Headhunter: Prime property jobs of the week

Our regular round-up of the best jobs going in the world of resi right now. Check out the latest positions on the all-singing, all-dancing PrimeResiJobs.com… You need More...

Local Heroes: Why estate agents are the heartbeat of a community

It probably takes more bottle to dress up as the Easter Bunny in Wimbledon than to climb Kilimanjaro for charity, says Peter Knight of Agents Giving, and it can reap greater More...

Gary Hersham on why he said yes to BBC2′s ‘Under Offer’

BBC Two’s promised to blow the doors off the world of estate agency with its ‘Under Offer’ series, which airs on Wednesday nights and features a pair of prime More...

Council Tax Band Rejig: The acceptable Mansion Tax alternative?

Trevor Abrahmsohn sees this juggernaut hurtling towards the abyss… You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or Subscribe to access. Username: Password:  More...

Change of Usefulness: Is the planning system finally about to speed up?

Will the latest batch of planning reforms kick-start conversions or leave developers still kicking their heels, asks Rachel Lee… You need to be logged in to see this More...

Prime Property of the Week: X-Factory

Clarendon Cross, London £12m Nestled in an achingly fashionable pocket of Notting Hill, this former Brick Works has been reimagined and transformed into one seriously funky More...

First Impressionists: The value of art in property

Anyone who has the money can buy a plane, car or beautifully crafted clothes. Art is individual, says Joe Burns, and it plays a key role in selling today’s prime and More...

Local Heroes: Why estate agents are the heartbeat of a community

It probably takes more bottle to dress up as the Easter Bunny in Wimbledon than to climb Kilimanjaro for charity, says Peter More...

First Impressionists: The value of art in property

Anyone who has the money can buy a plane, car or beautifully crafted clothes. Art is individual, says Joe Burns, More...

Poacher Turned Gamekeeper: Do great selling agents make great buying agents?

How easy is it to be good at both selling and buying? Do years of experience as an estate agent guarantee you’ll More...

Private Performance: How Britain’s great private estates excel

Private estates have proved to be strong performers in the post credit crunch era and continue to evolve, says More...

An Anatomy of Atria: How to unlock a building’s potential from within

Well-planned atria can make unusable space habitable or conjure the all-important ‘wow factor’ out More...

Grandest Designs: The build-your-own stately homes

The English countryside could be about to see two new mansions “of national importance” arise from...

Grainger moves into prime SW3 with 61-house portfolio deal

Grainger plc, Britain’s biggest listed residential property owner/manager, has bought a 61-house portfolio in Chelsea for...

Largest of Scotland’s Summer Isles comes up for sale

One of the finest private islands in the UK has just come up for sale, with...

National market back on track as transactions build but don’t boom

The national housing market is ‘showing signs of strengthening’ says CBRE, as transaction levels More...

If a property was worth £1m in 2007…

By Savills’ reckoning, values in the inner commuter zone are now at least back to their 2007 peak, and those in..

Residential development land prices rise 7.3% as demand builds up

Residential development land prices in England and Wales are 7.3% higher now than at the same time last year, after a..

New Sales & Marketing Director for Mount Anvil

Developer Mount Anvil (the firm behind schemes like Dollar Bay in Canary Wharf, The Landau in Fulham and The More...

Gary Hersham on why he said yes to BBC2′s ‘Under Offer’

BBC Two’s promised to blow the doors off the world of estate agency with its ‘Under Offer’ series, which airs on..

London’s skyline ‘trashed’ by wave of resi towers – Rees

The London skyline is being “trashed” by the wave of residential towers currently shooting up in between Vauxhall and Whitechapel, according..

Prime Property of the Week: X-Factory

Clarendon Cross, London £12m Nestled in an achingly fashionable pocket of Notting Hill, this former Brick Works has been reimagined and..

Local Heroes: Why estate agents are the heartbeat of a community

It probably takes more bottle to dress up as the Easter Bunny in Wimbledon than to climb Kilimanjaro for charity, says..

LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2014: 24-28 September, Berkeley Square

Over 100 arty art and antique mongers will be returning to Berkeley Square for the sixth LAPADA Fair in September. Around..