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  From Milton Keynes to Moscow, the “garden city” concept of creating model new towns has been the main weapon in the battle against housing shortages.  The biggest British garden city project currently under way is finally st... read more »


Four in every 10 buyers of a new home are taking advantage of the government-backed Help-to-Buy scheme, following reboot announced in last November's budget, report housebuilders.   The government-backed scheme covers homes valued up to &poun... read more »


An interest rate raise in May seems almost certain after the Bank of England said last week that it would need to raise rates to tackle high inflation. So what will this mean for your finances?   Households have been warned to expect further i... read more »


Property experts warn that current housing policy does not reflect the demand from over 60-year-olds looking for homes. Delegates at a conference held by the housing law firm Winckworth Sherwood were asked if they thought the government’s focu... read more »


Fiona and Jonathan Jones admit to an element of desperation in 2006 when they bought a neglected Sixties detached house on a large plot along a popular country lane in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire. But turning an “ugly duckling” into ... read more »


The average house price in Kensington and Chelsea has soared by nearly 130 per cent since 2009, according to research by online estate agents Less glamorous boroughs of Haringey and Waltham Forest have witnessed impressive price... read more »


Almost 30 per cent of London homes are being advertised for sale with reduced asking prices, while realistically valued houses and flats are being sold within just 71 days.​ A new report shows that in some parts of the capital a third of s... read more »


LONDON (Daily Dunya) – In a recent survey of property ownership in London, it has been revealed that Qatari investors own more property in the capital than the Mayor of London’s office and three times more than the Queen.   The rep... read more »


London has been cushioned from the prospects of a house price crash by the high levels of equity required to buy property in the capital and the difficulty of mortgage financing at high loan-to-value ratios for all but the biggest earners. Research... read more »


The London property market has become a 'safe haven' for dirty foreign money, forcing ordinary people to leave the capital to find an affordable place to live, a report said.  It found that more than £4.2 billion worth of London property ... read more »

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