Karl Case, property economist, 1946-2016

WELLESLEY, MA - 1999: Karl Case, Wellesley College Professor. (Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Professor with a prescience about ‘crazy’ house prices

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Retired ‘will be repaying mortgages’

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Surge in first-time property buyers

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Rate cut expectations shift as Bank delays

Fixed-rate mortgages set to get cheaper

Surge in advertised rental properties

Rise reflects landlords’ buying spree before stamp duty switch

Lenders urge loan-to-income review

Rules are ‘old-fashioned and market conditions have changed’

Generation Rent finds a new landlord

Two new build-to-let developments could point to the future for tenants

Property funds in ‘vicious circle of redemptions’

Seven vehicles forced to suspend trading as fears sweep sector

Brexit could put pressure on property prices

Judith Evans on outlook for property now UK has voted to leave EU

Holiday home stamp duty conundrum

Will we be caught by new second home rules?

Brexit uncertainty for the housing market

Too many questions about the property market and too few answers

Funds braced for real estate falls

Henderson warns of downward price pressure

Property buyers put purchases on hold

Market experts expect price falls — and fewer transactions

Ireland: Too many houses in wrong place

It once built more homes than it needed but now is not building enough

HSBC intensifies mortgage competition

Two-year fixed deal on loans up to £500,000

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

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