House prices in London fell by as much as £236,000 during 2023 - the largest decline of all UK regions.
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Foxtons' latest lettings market data has revealed a 'more normalised' market as supply increases and rents stabilise.
Londoners have seen an average of £53,000 wiped off the value of their properties in the last 12 months, according to Purplebricks.
The capital's landlords have started the new year by dropping their rents, according to estate agency Chestertons.
As talk of this year's General Election picks up pace, Tom Bill, head of UK residential research at Knight Frank looks at what has been happening in London's prime markets and how...
Tom Bill, head of UK residential research at Knight Frank looks at what is happening with the very top end of the capital's lettings market.
The capital is estimated to be home to £18.7 billion worth of long-term vacant residential properties.
Despite the capital's housing market 'underperforming' for the last few years, it is far from quiet and has accounted for more than 1 in 10 of all transactions to have taken place over...
Rising stock levels and a month-on-month decrease in new renters have helped London's turbulent lettings market return to a more balanced setting, according to new data from Foxtons.
London lettings and sales estate agent, Foxtons, has revealed that there has been a surge in both the number of sales applicants and viewings entering the London market in the last 30...