UK house prices

Since the financial crisis-induced price slide in 2008-09 from a 2007 market peak, house price indices have presented wildly contrasting pictures of the health of the housing market - according to some the boom is back, while to others the slump staggers on

Brexit sell-off signals 5% house price fall

Shareholders price in property slide but Redrow shrugs off concerns

Brexit effect casts pall over estate agents

Foxtons’ profit warning stokes investor fears

Housebuilders lead FTSE 100 Brexit slump

5bn Uk blue-chip shares trade, second-highest volume on record

Foxtons shares drop after profits warning

Estate agent says Brexit will prolong property market uncertainty

Housing market feels Brexit chill

Buyers pull out of purchases amid job security fears

Property buyers eye London bargains

Currency movements post Brexit vote create discounts in wealthiest areas

Property buyers put purchases on hold

Market experts expect price falls — and fewer transactions

EU exit expected to end house price boom

Housebuilders shares fall as analysts predict buyers ‘wait and see’

Spiralling costs stall London housing projects

Developers say schemes have become unviable and seek to renegotiate

Canonbury Square, where a five-bedroom home is on sale for £5.5m
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Is this the peak of Islington, London?

Canonbury and Barnsbury are among the borough’s most desirable areas — but agents warn price rises could be slowing

Chelsea landlord warns of falling prices

Sober outlook follows five years of fast rising prices in London

London mayor blocks green belt homes plan

Sadiq Khan vows to pursue large rise in affordable housing

Luxury flats: how to live in an asset class

Why London is a good long-term property bet

Homebuyers in rush amid shortage of supply

Average time to sell falls to a record low of 57 days

Price gap widens between flats and houses

‘Second steppers’ need to save more, report finds

Buy-to-let loans slump after tax shake-up

Market expected to take months to recover

Chart: Average UK house prices

Why have average house prices dropped?

New way of measuring property values

Can we afford to get divorced?

Middle class, unhappy and unable to afford a split

Berkeley’s reserved houses fall by a fifth

Housebuilder blames slowdown on Brexit fears and higher taxes

UK houses: predictable, untradeable

British property is a gamble, even before Brexit is mentioned

A view of Loch Shiel from Glenfinnan in the Scottish Highlands
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Scottish Highlands in buyers’ sights

The country is world-renowned for its hunting, shooting and fishing — but is now a good time to bag a trophy home there?

London housing: what would the Romans do?

Today’s private rental market needs more than buy to let

House prices forecast to fall for first time since 2012

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says buyer demand has tumbled

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Is your property your retirement plan?

A vital factor for those who are asset rich and cash flow poor

OneSavings Bank: buy-to-fret?

Buy-to-let lenders should not be underperforming other UK banks

Eight-bedroom house on Champion Hill, £8.75m

London’s Camberwell: a bohemian backwater

Despite having no Tube station, creative Londoners are drawn to the district for its lively arts scene and diverse community

FBNG3C Panoramic photograph of Hebden Bridge, a small market town in West Yorkshire, England.
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Hebden Bridge: not a run-of-the-mill place

The textiles town in northern England is popular with artists and writers, and is known as the ‘lesbian capital of the UK’

Buying now more expensive than renting

Owning your home 20% more costly, research shows

Households rush to spend but factories idle

EU vote worries slam brake on manufacturing activity

House prices, estate agents for sale and to let.

Evidence grows of end to house price boom

Fall in mortgage approvals across country steeper than expected

Brexit forecast to hit pace of house sales

Property transaction levels would fall 10 per cent in UK cities

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HMRC breaks stamp duty record

Receipts hit £1.2bn in March as landlords rush to beat new rules

Life imitates satire in latest Brexit sparring

Latest referendum rhetoric is beyond a joke

Osborne warns of 18% Brexit house price hit

Leave campaigner brands chancellor’s rhetoric ‘extraordinary’

Mortgaged to your 80s? You have options

More people face repaying loans after they retire

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Hay-on-Wye: Wales’s answer to Notting Hill

The small rural town has allure beyond its book festival, as rising home values demonstrate

UK housing: helped to fly

Government subsidy increases political risk attached to builders

PARK LANE, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - 2015/04/21: Protesters disrupt London property awards. There were about 200 housing, anti-gentrification and occupying campaigners have disrupted the beginning of the annual Property Awards on Tuesday evening in London - one arrest was made. (Photo by Paul Mendoza/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Developers fret over Khan’s housing chief

Councillor’s record points to clashes with property groups

Marc Vlessing of Pocket Living which builds affordable one-bed flats in London for BIZ LIFE. In his development in Kentish Town. 31/3/16
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London micro-homes builder Pocket

Former banker’s discounted starter flats for priced-out city folk

House prices rise ahead of levy change

Data show annual growth hits 9% — fastest rate since March 2015