House price growth picked up last month, but the market remains subdued as an uncertain economy and the squeeze on household budgets continue to dampen demand.
Young people whose parents own their own property are far more likely to be homeowners themselves, figures from the Resolution Foundation think tank reveal.
Brick-and-mortar estate agents’ fees continue to climb, so if you’re looking to sell, why not consider the alternatives?
In November, UK house prices fell by more than £5,000, with sharp falls in the South as sellers lowered their asking price aspirations, according to Rightmove.
We weigh up the perks and pitfalls of downsizing, lifetime mortgages and other options for retirees looking to tap into the value tied up in their home.
Rogier Quirijns signposts areas investors should steer clear of and highlights where opportunities can be found.
New urban accommodation aimed at young professionals is an investment opportunity in an evolving UK property market.
House prices have increased at their slowest rate since March 2013 at just 1.5% higher than last year, according to latest figures from Halifax.
Shopping habits are evolving and omnichannel retail is an investment opportunity, argues Calum Bruce.