An investigation into the leasehold property market has found "worrying evidence" that buyers are being treated unfairly and charged unreasonable fees.
The number of people estimated to be sleeping rough in England is "way too high" and "totally unacceptable", Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.
The latest figures released by Nationwide have shown that life is returning back to the market post-Brexit with annual house price growth edging up to 2.3%, the strongest rate for 18 months.
Farmers and estate owners who sell off residential properties will have just 30 days to pay any capital gains tax (CGT) due after new rules come into force on 6 April.
A private equity firm has bought a portfolio of West Midlands student schemes as part of a wider deal worth £4.7bn.
Owners of apartments wrapped in dangerous cladding urge PM to release billions in funding
GetAgent.co.uk has been crunching the numbers again, this time revealing which property type proved to be the most popular home purchase over the last year and how it differs across major cities and each county/district of England and Wales.
£57bn worth of new homes have hit the market in the last year. Newly released research from new homes specialists, Stone Real Estate, takes a look at where is currently home to the most lucrative new build markets for UK housebuilders.
intu, the owner of the Merry Hill shopping centre, has signed a new £440m credit facility.
A three-tier Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme is being proposed by government as it seeks to move away from farm support based on direct payments to one centred on “public money for public goods”.
More tenants are seeking housing but supply fell to its lowest level in seven months in January, ARLA Propertymark’s January PRS report has found.
Over half (54%) of renters have concerns about being unable to pay their rent due to financial difficulty, research from Intus Lettings has found.
The latest data released by ARLA Propertymark has revealed that demand for rental accommodation reached a record high in January with an average of 88 prospective tenants registered per member branch.
Last year saw the most commercial property transactions in Scotland for a decade, at 4,667, analysis from the Scottish Property Federation has found.
Nearly half (44%) of British homeowners would not buy their home again if given the chance, research from home interior company www.Hillarys.co.uk found.
This is typically due to issues with the house like heating and plumbing (59%), as well as the size of the house (43%) and having troublesome neighbours (34%).
Housing activity increased on both a yearly and monthly basis in January, HMRC statistics show.
In January 2020 there were 102,810 residential transactions on a seasonally adjusted basis, 5.2% more than the same month last year and 4.1% more than December 2019.
There is huge demand for more homes to be built.
More people are living alone and growing numbers of young people are living with their parents because they cannot afford their own place.
The government has “named and shamed” five building owners who have not fixed dangerous cladding on their properties, describing their behaviour as “egregious”.
Building new homes on flood plains in England should be resisted if at all possible, the head of the Environment Agency Sir James Bevan has said.
Properties in Prime Central London are coming onto the market at twice the rate as other areas of London, as owners look to take advantage of the sharp uplift in the property market, Chestertons, one of central London’s largest agents, has revealed.
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