Britain’s manufacturing sector is undergoing a mini-revival. Nowhere more so than in the West Midlands. Matthew Partridge explains how you could profit.
London’s extreme property prices are seriously out of whack with the rest of the country. But this could be about to change, says Matthew Partridge.
Britain’s booming housing market looks likely to face a tougher time next year. Matthew Partridge looks at what’s on the horizon for house prices.
Buy-to-let investors are once again competing with homebuyers in UK cities. Should you join them, or are we seeing the start of a new bubble mentality?
London’s property prices are well above their pre-crash levels. Everything points to this being a massive bubble, says Matthew Partridge. Here, he outlines the three key signs that prove it.
Matthew Partridge looks at how the Bank of England could pop London’s bubble.
Britain’s commercial property sector has had a rough time since the financial crisis. But things are looking up. Ed Bowsher picks the best ways for you to invest.
The Bank of England has acted to cool the housing market. But the reforms are unlikely to make any real difference, says Ed Bowsher. Here’s why.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney surprised everyone by acting to slow down the UK housing market. Ed Bowsher explains what it means for you.
London has a huge, neglected resource that could generate billions in business, and alleviate many of the city’s problems. Dominic Frisby asks why we don’t make more use of it.
With Britain’s house prices in bubble territory, the government’s Help to Buy scheme is doing nobody any favours, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Britain’s high streets are bouncing back as consumer spending increases. Here, Matthew Partridge picks the best way to invest in one of the country’s hottest retail spots.
A land value tax is not just an excellent tax, it is the best tax possible, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But only if it is the only tax in town.
The only reason Britain’s house prices have not collapsed is because the government has not allowed them to. That will end in disaster, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
George Osborne is determined to spark a pre-election house price boom. That will be bad for Britain. But there are profits to be made in the short term.