From the UK market and property to tax and pensions, we consider the implications for investors and taxpayers of the Conservatives’ election victory.
A Halifax report reveals how the property market has stalled since the EU referendum in 2016.
Warning that prices could fall as much as 5% in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Buyers remain cautious ahead of the October deadline, experts warn.
Warnings that the possibility of a no-deal Brexit weighing on the housing market.
The housing market and the golden era of buy-to-let bounty have stalled, and homeowners face the prospect of Brexit and a possible Corbyn government. Is the door closing on the property trove?
Property prices drop by 0.2% in July after a 0.3% rise the previous month, according to Rightmove.
First-time buyers need to earn an average salary of £54,400 a year to buy their first home in a typical UK city, research reveals.
House prices rose by 0.5% this month, according to Halifax figures, while HMRC data shows that home sales remain steady.