The housing market has slowed to its weakest in five years as fewer mortgages have been given to buyers so far this year than at any point since 2013, when banks and the market were still recovering from the financial crisis.
30 experts across the UK have predicted problems ahead for the capital if a negotiated exit cannot be achieved.
A 45-year-old Wiltshire farmer says his cancer diagnosis is the driving force behind the “extremely difficult decision” to sell the family’s arable farm.
A distinctive Lake District boutique hotel, which was marketed at £2.1m, has been sold.
The U.K.’s struggle to secure a favourable Brexit deal may be giving Prime Minister Theresa May a headache, but it’s making London’s battered buy-to-let market attractive overseas again.
Annual UK house price growth continued to slow over the summer with homes now 2% more expensive than a year ago, the Nationwide has said.
UK’s economic future requires more than one city to boast full gamut of jobs. That takes planning
Land now 51% of UK’s net worth – a huge transfer of wealth to landowners, say campaigners
The Mint office building in Leeds, home to Dart Group’s subsidiary Jet2.com, is up for sale with a price tag of £45m, it is understood.
The average house has lost 20% of its space since the 1970s as austerity warps planning processes and greed rules the market
FTSE 100 housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has stoked further controversy over complex leasing arrangements for homes, after a would-be buyer was rejected for a mortgage at its high profile development at London’s former Olympic Park.
International buyers put off by Brexit uncertainty could drive prices down 1.6% next year
A 20-acre site close to a business park in Lincoln has been earmarked for a development of up to a dozen industrial and office units on a design and build basis.
The 12,000 sq ft first floor offices in the former Courtaulds building in Nottingham have been let to Trent Education Centre in a deal brokered by FHP Property Consultants and Innes England.
Two office buildings at Birmingham Airport have been snapped up in a £21.58m deal.
Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital has completed a second site acquisition in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, where it plans a 500-home development.
Njoy Student Living has expanded into the Yorkshire market after securing £15.6m of funding.
Investors in Countrywide. the UK's largest estate agency owner, approved a £140m emergency fundraising at its annual meeting on Tuesday.
Number of mortgages approved drop by 4.3% to 39,584 compared with a year ago
Retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone has looked haggard of late.
Shareholders have been spooked by proposed reforms that could set ground rents on new long leases to zero, leaving developers with less money to construct more properties.
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