Lipton raps housebuilders over ‘crisis’

Sir Stuart Lipton

Developer warns new projects are ‘potential slums of the future’

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Not common or in the garden

The humble sparrow has been attracting attention in New Delhi, writes Victor Mallet

$5.9bn deal fuels hot property M&A market

Prologis builds on industrial real estate portfolio with KTR bid

Beijing acts again to boost growth

China central bank cuts RRR to free up lending

Homeowners can borrow for five years at less than 2%

Borrowers ‘have never had it so good’

High-end property charge deadline nears

Annual tax extends to homes worth £1m and up

Chart that tells a story — inflation, mortgages and house prices

What do ‘noflation’ and rising wages mean for mortgages?

Mandelson’s mellowing views

Mandelson move; HSBC demotion; Honeymoon chatter; Marsh & Parsons

Blackstone breaks through $300bn barrier

US alternative investment manager reveals scale of fundraising

Surveyors warn on UK house prices

Properties coming on to the market fell for second month

Global property bubble fears mount

‘Wall of capital’ enters riskier real estate markets

Interview: Li on China’s challenges

Beijing is willing to ‘work with others’ to boost global economy

Where China’s slowdown is hitting hardest

Implications of lower growth reverberate worldwide

Candy brothers cut staff by a third

Cost reduction helps UK luxury property group lift profits

Budapest appeals at home and abroad

City centre office and residential real estate is behind the recovery and rising prices

Oil price fall and sanctions affect Russian property market

Both commercial and residential sectors are struggling

Russian buyers have deserted Latvia’s market

The weakening rouble has cut demand sharply

Outsourcing boom boosts Poland’s office construction

The business services industry is expected to employ almost 200,000 people in 2017

Flood of cash flows beyond Warsaw

Second-tier cities and other countries are benefiting from global funds looking for yield

Euro tower companies: right call

Telecoms companies should look at selling the infrastructure and leasing it back

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