Foxtons, the famously bullish London estate agent, has seen its share price fall to a 52-week low. That doesn’t bode well for the capital’s house prices, says Dominic Frisby.
New-build houses in Britain are among the smallest in Europe. But that’s not the real problem, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Britain not only needs more houses, it needs bigger houses, says Matthew Lynn. The solution, however, may not be popular with everyone.
In London, first-time buyers have to cough up an absurd eight times the average annual wage to buy a house.
High house prices are destroying the prospects of a generation. But there is a simple way to make property affordable again. Dominic Frisby explains how.
The Bank of England governor has outlined three steps to cool the housing market. But will they do any good? Matthew Partridge investigates.
Housebuilders are very good indicators of the state of the property market. And right now, they’re in a bear market. Dominic Frisby explains what this means for Britain’s house prices.
The London house price madness continues. But as mortgage lending is tightened up, that could be about to change. Matthew Partridge explains.
Don’t expect Mark Carney to cool Britain’s overheating housing market, says John Stepek. Here, he explains what’s really driving house prices, and what it means for investors.
Commercial property developer British Land has reported a big rise in profits, driven in part by the buoyant property market.
This small-cap developer of brownfield sites could be a good-value play on the buoyant southeast property market, says David Thornton.
The housing sector is lurching into bubble territory and stock is insufficient to meet demand. What can be done about it? Simon Wilson reports.
A big change is about to make the mortgage market a lot tougher for borrowers. Could this finally burst London’s property bubble? Matthew Partridge explains.
This chart shows just how out of whack London’s housing market is with the rest of the country.
Britain’s manufacturing sector is undergoing a mini-revival. Nowhere more so than in the West Midlands. Matthew Partridge explains how you could profit.