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The Roaring Twenties are back — but hopefully this time with a happier ending.
The financial exuberance and excesses of the 1920s even... read more »
The number of first-time buyers across the UK has reached the highest level since 2007.
The number of first-time buyers in the UK is thought to be at the highest level for 12 years, according to a report by Yorkshire Buildi... read more »
London has one of the most extensive public transport systems in the world.
In fact, only 29 per cent of residents commute to work by car compared with the national average of 67 per cent.
Typically home buyers pay a premium to live close to a... read more »
Nearly half of all property sales fall through before they are completed in some of central London most exclusive neighbourhoods, research shows today.
Deals are most likely to collapse in the SW1V 1 postcode in Belgravia, w... read more »
Stretching the commuter belt to include Bath, Bristol, Banbury and Oxford, “the biggest timetable change on the network since 1976” will come into force on December 15, says Great Western Railways (GWR).
El... read more »
Ealing, Bromley and Croydon top list of London’s ‘greenest’ areas with low-emission homes.
As a part of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s New London Plan, the past four years have consisted on outlining greener streets, a safe cycling... read more »
As traditional as mince pies and Home Alone on the telly, the annual Christmas property price-cutting season is upon us.
Experts say this year’s triple whammy of the seasonal slowdown, the General Election and Brexit means there has ... read more »
Richmond may have 'that view' but plenty of other London boroughs are finding reasons to be cheerful.
For the fifth year in a row, Richmond upon Thames has been voted the happiest place to live in London. However, this year some surpr... read more »
Question: We live in a Grade II-listed house that has a large rear garden. We’d like to replace our rather unsightly Sixties-built extension with a larger version because we are desperate for more space and the garden has bags of room... read more »
Overseas buyers of UK property would face a stamp duty surcharge of 3% under proposals unveiled by the Conservative party ahead of its manifesto launch.
Currently, non-resident homebuyers are paying the same rates of stamp duty land tax as those who... read more »