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

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Housing construction picks up in England

Tories still short of target of delivering 1m new homes by 2020

UK housing market steady after Brexit vote

Pressures and uncertainty mean outlook remains difficult

Banks reassure savers on Help to Buy Isas

Lenders say timing of top-up will not make buying a home harder

Khan cut-price deal to boost affordable homes

London mayor allows TfL to sell land below market value

UK housing policy is failing the country

At the core of any success is a strong public-private partnership, writes John McTernan

UK house prices 1% drop forecast in 2017

London prime properties are expected to suffer biggest falls

View of Rock from Porthilly
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Cornwall’s Rock on a roll

Village is a hotspot for wealthy Londoners drawn to its gastro and sailing scenes

Clerkenwell Green and St James’s Church
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Clerkenwell bucks central London trend

Home to alehouses and architects, the area’s raffish reputation is central to its appeal

London rents fall for first time in six years

Flood of buy-to-let homes eases pressure on hard-pressed tenants

Members of the public pass a branch of the Nationwide Building Society in north London, U.K., Thursday, Nov. 22, 2007. Nationwide Building Society, the U.K.'s biggest customer-owned bank, said new consumer deposits almost doubled in the first half following the central bank's bailout of Northern Rock Plc. Photographer: Michael Crabtree/Bloomberg News

Nationwide warns of pressure on profits

Building society says it will insulate some savers from rate cut

Lack of homes for sale props up UK prices

Chart that tells a story: properties for sale hit new supply low

UK house market sees some optimism return

Rics says sales and price expectations have rebounded

BIG PAGE, non-dom's housing story. expensive properties in and around the Boltons in Kensington, West-London. BIG PAGE, non-dom's housing story. expensive properties in and around the Boltons in Kensington, West-London. House reflected in a puddle, Brompton road. Housing in Redcliffe Square.

London needs a new housing master plan

To iron out distortions you have to address the cause and build

Wales to end Right to Buy homes scheme

In England alone, 1.37m people are on waiting lists

BIG PAGE, non-dom's housing story. expensive properties in and around the Boltons in Kensington, West-London. BIG PAGE, non-dom's housing story. expensive properties in and around the Boltons in Kensington, West-London. House reflected in a puddle, Brompton road. Housing in Redcliffe Square.

UK house prices fall 1% in July

Post-Brexit survey reveals biggest drop in 5 months

UK house prices drop in July

Halifax says long-term growth slowing

Property developers are building for retirees, who now have a bigger share of the country’s wealth than the under-45s
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Retirement homes offer tunnel to Harrods

Luxury development part of a growing industry for rich retirees

Cash buyers drive UK house sales

Rush to beat levy reform distorts property market

What the rate cut means for your money

How mortgages, pensions, savings and property are affected

A section of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment head back to their barracks in Knightsbridge
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Knightsbridge, London: prices fall 8%

Swanky neighbourhood’s property market not helped by a lack of new development due to high land values and small plot sizes

London mayor toughens stance on affordable homes

Sadiq Khan intervenes in Old Oak Common regeneration scheme

Housing ladder problem goes beyond London

More building is needed whether for home ownership or renting, writes Alan Beattie

Home ownership slumps in Manchester

City’s house price growth has eclipsed wage increases

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Purplebricks aims to build on Brexit blues

Online estate agency says uncertain housing market is opportunity for growth

Leasehold flats — what owners need to know

Expensive pitfalls for millions of households

House prices lift inheritance tax receipts

London and south-east responsible for almost half annual bill

Foxtons profits slump 42%

Estate agent sees no London property market recovery in 2016

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Countrywide warns on Brexit hit to profit

Slowdown in home sales more marked in south-east, says estate agency

Chart: Age of private renters

Renting in your 40s and 50s on the rise

‘Generation Rent’ does not just apply to millennials

Capital & Counties Earls Court development includes the demolition of the exhibition centre

Earls Court land value cut by 14%

London property group reduces value of estate after Brexit vote

Hammerson reports UK property value drop

Group blames stamp duty and prices weakening for retail parks

Surge in first-time property buyers

Parents set to lend £5bn this year for deposits, says Halifax

LSL Property Services: home truths

Stagnant transaction levels are a big headache for estate agents

UK inflation and average earnings growth

Inflation and what it means for your finances

The fall in sterling makes higher prices more likely

UK housing slowdown weighs on LSL

Estate agent blames EU vote for heightened consumer uncertainty

Yorkshire has the perfect Dales pitch

The national park in northern England is expanding in size — and popularity

Prices keep singles off housing ladder

Percentage of single people among first-time homebuyers slides

London new house sales hit 3-year low

Developments come back to market with marked-down prices

OnTheMarket restriction faces legal test

Site suing estate agents for listing on more than one other portal

Housing is key to post-Brexit Britain

Boosting supply can deliver fiscal stimulus and help calm public resentment, writes Delphine Strauss

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