Brexit forecast to hit pace of house sales

Property transaction levels would fall 10 per cent in UK cities

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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.

HMRC breaks stamp duty record

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

Should I let my French holiday home?

Be prepared for tax complexity with property abroad

Mortgaged to your 80s? You have options

More people face repaying loans after they retire

Lending falls after stamp duty changes

Buy-to-let set to take a back seat, predicts CML

Investors hit by property fund price cuts

Companies offer harsher terms as they battle outflows

A lamp post stands in front of the colorful facades of residential properties in the Notting Hill district of London, U.K., on Thursday, July 25, 2013. Investors from overseas are buying London real estate to preserve wealth amid political and economic tension in their home markets, causing prices to rise more than most brokers expected. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

FCA still on lookout over risky mortgages

Interest-only and high loan to value schemes under scrutiny

How much stamp duty to pay on a second home?

Capital gains tax may also be payable, warn experts

Home repossessions at record lows

Interest rates ease the burden of mortgage repayments

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.

Stamp duty change ‘distorts’ homes market

Lending data shows huge ‘pull forward’ of purchases in March

Mortgage terms lengthen as house prices rise

First-time buyers opt for 30-year loans

How to avoid a property inheritance row

I am set to inherit part of an elderly relative’s home

Return of ‘100% mortgages’ ease burden on Bank of Mum and Dad

New deals allow parents to underwrite the cost of home loans for their children

Can I get a mortgage to buy abroad?

I cannot afford UK property so want to buy in Italy

Property problems about more than Brexit

Pessimists worry that this springtime slowdown is deeper

Commercial property: What am I bid?

Buying shops, offices and car parks has renewed appeal following the buy-to-let clampdown

Public backs stamp duty change, says poll

Surcharge on second homes and rental property proves popular

Does stamp duty have to be so complex?

Confusion reigns — even with 29 pages of guidelines

Second mortgages rush ahead of new rules

Relaxed lending criteria leads to surge in popularity

Tax the living — and end the IHT madness

Replace controversial levy with something less emotive and better

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